• Long before Stanley Kubrick was Stanley Kubrick!, he was a young photographer for Look magazine, snapping for the publication starting at age seventeen. A collection of two hundred pictures that Kubrick took between 1945 and 1950 will be on view in Venice as part of the exhibition Stanley Kubrick Fotografo. Curated by Rainer Crone, the show, opening at the Instituto Veneto on August 28 and running through November 14, is the first of its kind, spotlighting a previously largely unstudied aspect of Kubrick’s life and career. Click here for more info—and to see a few beautiful black-and-white shots.


  • By Mark
    May 15, 2011
    11:08 PM

    Why not secure the rights to Ken Russell's THE DEVILS. If any company can give this film a proper DVD and Blu Ray, it is Criterion. Warner has not even deemed it for release on their Warners Archive label. How about it ?
  • By RICK C.
    June 13, 2011
    01:47 PM

    What will it take for Criterion to release 'One Eyed Jacks' remastered in DVD and BD?? all request seems to fall on deaf ears with the Criterion management. They release so much other foreign junk. Come on release an American heritage and make us all happy, before this generation is gone..........
  • By Steev51
    April 05, 2014
    12:59 PM

    THE MAN WHO WOULD BE KING deserves the CRITERION treatment in full length and sound. When will you do it??????????