Stanley Kubrick The Retrospective Continues
The Retrospective Continues
April 25th thru 28th
More Screenings & More Films
The results are in, Miami can’t get enough of the masterful cinematic works of Stanley Kubrick and truth is, neither can we. After a week of nightly sold out shows and amazing press on television, radio, newspapers and online we’ve been bombarded with requests to bring back some of Kubrick’s beloved films for encore screenings and to showcase others. This week we’re doing just that.
We’re presenting encore screenings of three of Kubrick’s most loved film, all of which completely sold out and left alot of you without a chance of seeing them. Well, here’s another opportunity. A Clockwork Orange, The Shining and 2001: A Space Odyssey all return this week.
In addition, we’ve brought two additional films by Stanley Kubrick that we love and so will you. Paths of Glory wasn’t Kubricks first film but it was indeed his first major success which opened the doors of opportunity for the then 28 year old filmmaker. Nabakov’s controversial novel Lolita was thought impossible to adapt for the screen, but Kubrick’s tenacity and brilliance resulted in a fascinating and timeless film that deserves revisiting.
Kubrick goes to O Cinema Miami Shores!
Our Kubrick retrospective moves just 10 minutes north from Wynwood to O Cinema Miami Shores. Housed inside the Miami Theater Center, this 1940’s Art Deco movie palace is a venue like no other in South Florida. In fact, it’s where many of Kubrick’s films played during their initial debut decades ago!
O Cinema Miami Shores features 330 seats, stunning high definition projection, a huge screen, impressive 5.1 surround sound and assisted hearing devices for the hearing impaired. Lovingly restored and full of wonderful art deco features, there is free and secured parking on-site and we’re conveniently located right off of I95 and Biscayne Blvd. Discover this gem we’re so proud of while you rediscover the cinematic genius of Stanley Kubrick! ed upon the controversial novel of the same name, this anti-war film emphasizes the wide, hierarchical gap between those who take orders and fight the wars in muddy trenches, and those that give the orders and are isolated from the real ravages of war. Three blameless, subordinate soldiers are victimized, given hopeless ‘paths of glory,’ and condemned to die to cover up the wrong-headed actions of their ruthless and opportunistic superiors. Paths of Glory has since taken its place in the pantheon of classic war movies, its message growing only more pertinent and potent with each passing year.