“Fear and Desire” and other Kubrick films online

A few films by and about Stanley Kubrick have appeared online recently. You never know how long these things survive, so watch (or download) them while you can.

First, there’s “Fear and Desire,” Kubrick’s first feature film from 1953, newly restored:


Then, “Stanley Kubrick’s Boxes,” a 2008 documentary by Jon Ronson:


Finally, “Staircases to Nowhere” (2013) offers an in-depth oral history of the making of Stanley Kubrick’s horror masterpiece “The Shining,” including interviews with Christiane Kubrick, Jan Harlan, and Brian Cook.


3 thoughts on ““Fear and Desire” and other Kubrick films online

  1. I had the opportunity to see a screening of “Fear and Desire” in early 2013. I know that Kubrick did not wish for his feature debut to bee seen, but I found the film to be very illuminating. It was like finding a missing piece to a jigsaw puzzle. Thanks for sharing these!

  2. *be seen, but… — (Please forgive the typo.)

    I had not yet seen “Stanley Kubrick’s Boxes.” I read about the documentary and have been wanting to see the film, so finding this post was exciting.

  3. Pingback: Sidney Lumet et Stanley Kubrick | L'obscurité

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