The University of the Arts London and the British Council in Mexico with the support of Cineteca Nacional organized a Symposium and a series of workshops on the occasion of the Kubrick exhibition in Mexico City.
Pratap Rughani will be running a new workshop on Imagining Kubrick and delivering a paper Despatches from the Edge.
British Council México: Stanley Kubrick Workshops at Cineteca Nacional, Mexico City
The conference at De Montfort University aims to take stock of the rise of the new scholarly perspectives of filmmaker Stanley Kubrick, and to survey the wide field of interdisciplinary research
on his work.
A special keynote speech will be delivered from Stanley Kubrick’s executive producer, Jan Harlan.
1 Granary Square, E003
Kings Cross London N1C 4AA
Free event and open to all, but please book
Pre-Screening refreshments from 6:00pm in the CSM Staff Club. Screening from 6:35pm in Lecture Theatre E003.
UAL staff discuss their approaches to working with the Kubrick archive, accompanied by a screening of three of his rarely seen documentary works from the 1950s. Professor Oriana Baddeley (UAL Dean of Research) will be in discussion with Dr Pratap Rughani (Reader LCC) and Richard Daniels (Senior Archivist from the Kubrick Archive at UAL) about different approaches to working with this fascinating collection.
On 9th to 19th of October 2014 (Photomonth International Photography Festival), at Hundred Years Gallery, London.
An exhibition curated by Lewis Bush and Monica Alcazar-Duarte in collaboration with Paul Lowe and including material from The Stanley Kubrick Archive.
Private View on Friday 10th of October from 7 to 9.30.
Panel discussion on Friday 10th of October from 3 to 4.
Communicating War: Photography, Film and Graphic Design
Paul Lowe, Pratap Rughani, Steve Mepsted
Hundred Years Gallery, 13 Pearson Street London E2 8JD
Black Dog Publishing release their new volume Stanley Kubrick: New Perspectives , which includes an essay by Pratap Rughani exploring Full Metal Jacket alongside Rughani’s experiences of filming in the civil war in Sierra Leone.
The book is accompanied by an exhibition at WORK gallery in central London.
Stanley Kubrick: New Perspectives Exhibition: 8 August – 27 September 2014, Private View: Thursday 7 August, 6–8pm