2001, A Space Odyssey

3.13.17

The Weeknd Really Likes Sci-Fi Movies, Is a Confirmed Weeaboo in the "I Feel It Coming" Video

You can't have both Kiko Mizuhara and Daft Punk in this and not be a nerd.

12.14.16

Big Sean Ventures to Jupiter and Beyond the Infinite in His Surrealist "Bounce Back" Video

Finally famous, finally free of meaningless human concepts like "time."

9.13.16

Reanimating Kubrick in 'Operation Avalanche' | The Process

This film blurs all boundaries between film and reality.

6.14.16

This Light Installation Lets You Play a Building Like an Instrument

A playable organ installation lights up a massive facade in Reykjavik.

6.8.16

Stanley Kubrick's Special Effects Guy Helped Make This Indie Sci-Fi Thriller Possible

Douglas Trumbull (2001: A Space Odyssey) helped an emerging director make outer space in a fish tank.

4.12.16

Anyone Suffering from Creative Block Will Relate to This Video

Christoffer Bjerre spent three years refining a three-minute CGI short inspired by '2001: A Space Odyssey,' 'Ghost in the Shell,' and more.

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3.23.16

Someone Turned '2001: A Space Odyssey' into 569 GIFs

Now you can watch Kubrick's sci-fi masterpiece in its entirety... on GIPHY?

1.7.16

Taste the Cinematic Rainbow with the 'Kubrick in Color' Supercut

Inspired by Rishi Kaneria's 'Red: A Kubrick Supercut,' supercutter Marc Anthony Figueras clips the rainbow out of Kubrick's collection.

11.17.15

Slit-Scanning Meets Ballet in 'Ambient Zone 2' [Premiere]

Director Richie Johnston updates the classic psychedelic technique for the digital age.

10.7.15

Here's What '2001: A Space Odyssey' Got Right About the Future

Find out how accurate Kubrick's sci-fi epic was—and wasn't—in Gary Leva's 'VISION OF A FUTURE PASSED: The Prophesy of 2001.'

4.16.15

Explore a Planet Made of Fungus, Stanley Kubrick-Style

Philip Klawitter's new short film 'Micro Infinito' takes Stanley Kubrick and Alfonso Cuarón's space cinematography to the microscopic realm.

1.26.15

The Mother Lode of UFO Files Has Finally Hit the Web

We spoke to Black Vault founder John Greenewald about his massive database of government documents, modern cover-ups, and Stanley Kubrick.

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