Articles about 2001: A Space Odyssey

From Psycho to Jurassic Park: exploring iconic movie poster typography — Hopes & Fears
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lm and typography have never strayed far from each other, from the necessity of intertitle dialogue in cinema's earliest days, to the marketing industrial complex that makes up a great part of the contemporary film world. This is especially true during the "golden era" of the film poster, which produced paramount artwork and lettering that's still recognized today.
Added by on 6/20/15
Christopher Nolan's 5 Unexpected Inspirations for "Interstellar"
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At a recent event in LA, the "Interstellar" director talks with Guillermo Del Toro about the films that inspired his own exploration of space, including Erich von Stroheim's "Greed," "The Treasure of Sierra Madre," and the more expected "The Right Stuff" and "2001," but not in the way you would expect.
Added by on 12/14/14
Five Films You Should See Before Interstellar
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Category: Analysis
Tagged: Interstellar, 2001: A Space Odyssey
Here's he full story on the making of Interstellar. We asked Nolan about the films that influenced him as he put his story together. Here, for your edification, are the films he named as influences on the story.
Added by on 11/8/14
Top 10 Films to Watch Before Going to Film School
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Anybody who has attended university will know about reading lists. For first timers it can seem daunting. Before you start your classes the tutors send a list of recommended reading as an introduction to learning for the upcoming year of tuition. But when attending film school there's another list attached – recommended viewing.
Added by on 4/14/14
Roger Ebert's Top 20 Best- and Worst-Reviewed Films
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From raves over "2001: A Space Odyssey," "Aguirre, Wrath of God" and "Raging Bull" to acerbic barbs at "The Hot Chick," "Tommy Boy" and (who could forget) "North," the iconic film critic had strong opinions about which films deserved a thumbs up -- and which didn't deserve a thumb at all.
Added by on 2/22/14
50 Films To See Before You Die - Film4
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Every year Film4's critics thrash it out to come up with our own list of cinema's essential "must see" films - and they might not always be the ones you'd expect.
Source: www.film4.com
Added by on 2/21/14
8 Jaw-Dropping Movie Scenes That Define Stanley Kubrick
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An ode to the man, the legend; Stanley Kubrick
Source: whatculture.com
Added by on 11/8/13
On a Surge in Shark Hunting
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@NextMovie lists nine movies that have resulted in unintended but significant real-life consequences
Added by on 9/25/13
"The Last Thing You See"
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Video: An absolutely beautiful montage of final shots from more than 70 famous films
Source: vimeo.com
Added by on 9/23/13
A Bleak Outlook
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Video: A @moviesdotcom supercut of our dystopian future, according to the movies; made by @sleepyskunk
Source: www.movies.com
Added by on 9/13/13
Five Films You Should See Before Interstellar
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Category: Analysis
Tagged: Interstellar, 2001: A Space Odyssey
Here's he full story on the making of Interstellar. We asked Nolan about the films that influenced him as he put his story together. Here, for your edification, are the films he named as influences on the story.
Added by on 11/8/14
8 Jaw-Dropping Movie Scenes That Define Stanley Kubrick
Interesting
An ode to the man, the legend; Stanley Kubrick
Source: whatculture.com
Added by on 11/8/13
On a Surge in Shark Hunting
Interesting
@NextMovie lists nine movies that have resulted in unintended but significant real-life consequences
Added by on 9/25/13
"The Last Thing You See"
Interesting
Video: An absolutely beautiful montage of final shots from more than 70 famous films
Source: vimeo.com
Added by on 9/23/13
A Bleak Outlook
Interesting
Video: A @moviesdotcom supercut of our dystopian future, according to the movies; made by @sleepyskunk
Source: www.movies.com
Added by on 9/13/13
From Psycho to Jurassic Park: exploring iconic movie poster typography — Hopes & Fears
Interesting
lm and typography have never strayed far from each other, from the necessity of intertitle dialogue in cinema's earliest days, to the marketing industrial complex that makes up a great part of the contemporary film world. This is especially true during the "golden era" of the film poster, which produced paramount artwork and lettering that's still recognized today.
Added by on 6/20/15
Christopher Nolan's 5 Unexpected Inspirations for "Interstellar"
Interesting
At a recent event in LA, the "Interstellar" director talks with Guillermo Del Toro about the films that inspired his own exploration of space, including Erich von Stroheim's "Greed," "The Treasure of Sierra Madre," and the more expected "The Right Stuff" and "2001," but not in the way you would expect.
Added by on 12/14/14
Top 10 Films to Watch Before Going to Film School
Interesting
Anybody who has attended university will know about reading lists. For first timers it can seem daunting. Before you start your classes the tutors send a list of recommended reading as an introduction to learning for the upcoming year of tuition. But when attending film school there's another list attached – recommended viewing.
Added by on 4/14/14
Roger Ebert's Top 20 Best- and Worst-Reviewed Films
Interesting
From raves over "2001: A Space Odyssey," "Aguirre, Wrath of God" and "Raging Bull" to acerbic barbs at "The Hot Chick," "Tommy Boy" and (who could forget) "North," the iconic film critic had strong opinions about which films deserved a thumbs up -- and which didn't deserve a thumb at all.
Added by on 2/22/14
50 Films To See Before You Die - Film4
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Every year Film4's critics thrash it out to come up with our own list of cinema's essential "must see" films - and they might not always be the ones you'd expect.
Source: www.film4.com
Added by on 2/21/14