Show of Stanley Kubrick materials to open at LACMA

Woman at LACMA checks out posters from Kubrick's movies. Judy Graeme/LAO.

"Stanley Kubrick" (at LACMA) is the first retrospective exhibition of the legendary filmmaker's work in the U.S. It's co-presented with the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences and originated in Frankfurt, Germany. Included is archival material, annotated scripts, photographs, costumes, cameras and equipment, set models, and props.

The show is accompanied by a film retrospective at the Bing Theater beginning in November. The exhibition opens Nov. 1 and runs through June 30, 2013.

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