When Stanley Kubrick’s 2001: A Space Odyssey first premiered in 1968 it challenged the constructs of conventional filmmaking as defined by a hundred years of film before it. It helped to install a new type of cinema, one in which the cinema itself was not forgotten. 2001 was a wholly unique piece of cinematic art that a generation could call their own.
Open Belly Review
Meditations on contemporary arts around the world.