Stanley Kubrick

Stanley Kubrick was a legendary movie director, screenwriter, play writer, photographer, and editor from America. Though never achieved satisfactory grades in his studies, Stanley is considered one of the greatest and most influential Hollywood directors, and all his movies are valued as the ‘most important contributions to world of cinema in the twentieth century’.

Started his career as a photographer, Kubrick eventually started making low-budget short movies, that were largely appreciated by the herds, prior to entering the elite group of directors. Some of the most famous works of this movie master are: Fear and Desire, Flying Padre, Day of the Fight, A Short Story from a Movie Balcony, and One-Eyed Jacks, and not to mention 2001: A Space Odyssey.”