James Fenwick to deliver key Stanley Kubrick lecture in London
Hallam Lecturer, Dr James Fenwick will be talking about the influential filmmaker, Stanley Kubrick at the free Disrupting Dominance in the Archive conference in London’s University of the Arts on 5 and 6 December.
Some of Kubrick’s best-known directorial works include Spartacus, The Shining, 2001: A Space Odyssey, The Killing, Dr Strangelove, Full Metal Jacket, A Clockwork Orange, and Eyes Wide Shut.
The Stanley Kubrick Lecture is an annual fixture at this popular conference. This year, James’ talk will focus on the broad use of Kubrick’s film archive, including historical research. He’ll also outline his ongoing research for a forthcoming book, Archive Histories: An Archaeology of the Stanley Kubrick Archive.
Book your place
If you’d like to attend the conference and hear James’ lecture, please find out more and book via Eventbrite. He’ll be delivering his talk on 5 December, at 6pm.
The first day is in person, and the second day is online. The conference is free and open to all.