Christopher Frayling on 2001 - Designing an Odyssey
This event has finished Took place on: Monday, 24th Oct 2016
Director Stanley Kubrick chose as the designer of the space vehicles and interiors of his landmark 1968 science fiction epic a man who had no experience of film design, but a lot of experience of working at NASA - Harry Lange.
Kubrick wanted the audience to suspend disbelief- and this was one way of achieving his aim.
Join Christopher Frayling for an talk based on exclusive access to the Harry Lange archives as he follows the key designs for '2001: A Space Odyssey' from first thoughts right through to finished film.
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