Join Three Lords and Byron Theatre in celebrating the 50th anniversary of Stanley Kubrick’s
Three Lords are especially proud to present Stanley Kubrick’s abstract & cult classic back to the big screen, in honour of its 50th anniversary, with an exclusive interview with Academy Award winning Camera Assistant, Laurie Frost (UK)
Join us as we learn about the mind and creative process of Stanley Kubrick from Laurie’s first hand experience from collaborating on the sets of ‘A Clockwork Orange’ & ‘Barry Lyndon’. Their relationship spanned almost 30 years, with many of Stanley’s words and mottos still echoing into Laurie’s professional life today, as well as the undeniable impact Stanley Kubrick continues to have in the cinema and visual storytelling industry.
In the future, a sadistic gang leader is imprisoned and volunteers for a conduct-aversion experiment, but it doesn’t go as planned.
“It is 2020 and I’m late to the Clockwork Orange party. I found myself pulled into the film and while the opening scenes were disturbing, I feel it is a reflection on how our society is today but in a subtle tone. We like to consider ourselves civilized and modern while pretending such monstrosities for personal hedonic gratification don’t exist.” – IMDB
“If I could describe to you how I felt the first time I watched this movie, I could not stop thinking about it. The whole day I was thinking about it, and wanted to rewatch it so I could fully grasp the genius of this seminal classic masterpiece. This is a seminal film, up there with the Godfather, 8 1/2, the Seventh Seal, Citizen Kane, Solaris, One Flew Over the Cuckoos Nest, Schindler’s List, Life is Beautiful. It is up there it is one of the most gripping film experiences you will ever have, it’s a brilliant piece of filmmaking created by the brilliant Stanley Kubrick. This is a must watch for any film fan. One of the most gripping, original, and brilliant films ever made.” – IMDB
“Kubrick’s sensationally scabrous thesis on violence” – The Guardian
“It demands thought, compels the attention, and refuses to be dismissed. And, for that reason, A Clockwork Orange must be considered a landmark of modern cinema.” – Reel Views
See you at the Theatre!
Cinema is back!
Please note the film is rated R, and this event will be 18+ only.
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(valid until 30 June 2022)
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