KiMo Presents a Stanley Kubrick Retrospective
Paying homage to the brilliant celebrated film screenwriter, producer and director, Stanley Kubrick, the KiMo Theatre is offering a unique retrospective of eleven of his powerful and visually stunning movies. The first film in the series, Killer's Kiss (1955), will be screened on Saturday, May 25. All eleven films in the Retrospective will be shown at 7 p.m. on Saturday evenings.
"Stanley Kubrick was a genius as an innovative film-maker," said Larry Parker, General Manager of the KiMo. "Kubrick changed the way audiences think about movies and the way movie-makers have made movies for more than forty years. Steven Spielberg has called Kubrick's work, and especially 2001: A Space Odyssey, his generation's 'big bang' of insight into the future of films."
Following Killer's Kiss will be the screenings of The Killing (1956) on June 1st, Paths of Glory (1957) on June 22nd, and on June 29th, the Oscar®-winning Spartacus (1960), that stars Kirk Douglas and Jean Simmons.