Stanley Kubrick - Famous Screenwriter

Stanley Kubrick Net Worth

$20,000,000

Stanley Kubrick, the famous American filmmaker, had a net worth of $20 million at the time of his death. Known as one of the best filmmakers of all time, Kubrick directed and produced iconic films such as โ€˜2001: A Space Odysseyโ€™ and โ€˜A Clockwork Orangeโ€™ throughout his nearly 50-year career.

Key facts:

  • Stanley Kubrick was regarded as one of the best filmmakers of all time.
  • He directed 13 feature films and also wrote and produced several of them.
  • His notable films include 'Spartacus' (196), 'Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb' (1964), '2001: A Space Odyssey' (1968), 'A Clockwork Orange' (1971), 'The Shining' (198), and 'Full Metal Jacket' (1987).
  • His final film, 'Eyes Wide Shut' (1999), set a Guinness World Record for the Longest Constant Movie Shoot (400 days).
  • Kubrick won an Oscar for '2001: A Space Odyssey' (1968) and received three Academy Award nominations for 'A Clockwork Orange' (1971).

Basic Information About Stanley Kubrick

CategoryCelebrities โ€บ Directors
ProfessionsPhotographer, Film director, Screenwriter, Cinematographer, Film Producer, Film Editor, Voice Actor
Net worth$20,000,000
Date of birth1928-07-26
Place of birthManhattan
Date of death1999-03-07 (aged 70)
NationalityUnited States of America
Curiosities and Trademarks[Narration] Nearly all of his films contain a narration at some point (2001: Een zwerftocht in de ruimte (1968)) contains narration in the screenplay, as does the screenplay for Eyes Wide Shut (1999), and The Shining (1980) has some sparse title cards.
Adapted every film he made from a novel, excluding his first two films: Killer's Kiss (1955) and Fear and Desire (1953) (both from original source material), and 2001: Een zwerftocht in de ruimte (1968).
His films often tell about the dark side of human nature, especially dehumanization.
[Symmetry] Symmetric image composition. Often features shots down the length of tall, parallel walls, e.g. the head in Full Metal Jacket (1987), the maze and hotel coridors in The Shining (1980) and the computer room in 2001: Een zwerftocht in de ruimte (1968).
[Three-way] Constructs three-way conflicts
[Faces] Extreme close-ups of intensely emotional faces
[CRM 114] He often uses the sequence CRM114 in serial numbers. CRM-114 is the name of the decoder in Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb (1964), the Jupiter explorer's "licence plate number" in 2001: Een zwerftocht in de ruimte (1968) is CRM114, and in A Clockwork Orange (1971) Alex is given "Serum 114" when he undergoes the Ludovico treatment.
[Bathroom] All of Kubrick's films feature a pivotal scene that takes place in a bathroom.
Known for his exorbitant shooting ratio and endless takes, he reportedly exposed an incredible 1.3 million feet of film while shooting The Shining (1980), the release print of which runs for 142 minutes. Thus, he used less than 1% of the exposed film stock, making his shooting ratio an indulgent 102:1 when a ratio of 5 or 10:1 is considered the norm.
[Beginning Voice-over] Het veld van eer (1957), Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb (1964) and A Clockwork Orange (1971) all begin with a voice over, and The Killing (1956) features narration.
Involves his wives in his movies. His first wife, Toba Etta Metz Kubrick, was the dialogue director for Stanley's first feature film Fear and Desire (1953). His second wife, Ruth Sobotka Kubrick, was in Killer's Kiss (1955) as a ballet dancer named Iris in a short sequence for which she also did the choreography. Kubrick's third, and final, wife, Christiane Harlan Kubrick, appeared (as Susanne Christian) in Het veld van eer (1957) before she married him as the only female character (a German singing girl) in the movie. She also did some of the now-infamous paintings for A Clockwork Orange (1971) and some more for Eyes Wide Shut (1999). In addition, her brother, Jan, was Stanley's assistant for A Clockwork Orange (1971) and the executive producer for all of Kubrick's films starting with Barry Lyndon (1975) and going through The Shining (1980), Full Metal Jacket (1987) and Eyes Wide Shut (1999). Also, his daughter, Vivian Kubrick, is the little girl who asks for a Bush Baby for her birthday in 2001: Een zwerftocht in de ruimte (1968).
In his last seven films almost always used previously composed music (such as The Blue Danube andThus Spake Zarathustra in 2001: Een zwerftocht in de ruimte (1968))
Preferred to shoot his films in the Academy ratio (1.37:1). The exceptions were: Spartacus (1960), in Panavision, and 2001: Een zwerftocht in de ruimte (1968), in Cinerama. Much of his films consist of wide-angle shots that give the impression of a wide-screen movie, wide up-and-down as well as wide sideways. From The Killing (1956) onward, his films looked increasingly odder, bigger, and more properly viewed from the rows closer to the screen.
One of his signature shots was "The Glare" - a character's emotional meltdown is depicted by a close-up shot of the actor with his head tilted slightly down, but with his eyes looking up - usually directly into the camera. Examples are the opening shot of Alex in A Clockwork Orange (1971), Jack slowly losing his mind in The Shining (1980), Pvt. Pyle going mad in Full Metal Jacket (1987) and Tom Cruise's paranoid thoughts inside the taxicab in Eyes Wide Shut (1999). Even HAL-9000 has "The Glare" in 2001: Een zwerftocht in de ruimte (1968).
[First-person] Uses the first person viewpoint (the character's perspective) at least once in each film.
Credits are always a slide show. He never used rolling credits except for the opening of The Shining (1980).
Varies aspect ratios in a single film. Apparent in Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb (1964) and A Clockwork Orange (1971).
In almost every movie he made, there is a tracking shot of a character (the camera following the character).
All of his films end with "The End", when this became out of style in later years because of the need to run end credits, he moved "The End" to the end of the credits.
Often uses music to work against on-screen images to create a sense of irony. In A Clockwork Orange (1971), Alex sings "Singin' in the Rain" while raping Mrs. Alexander. In Dr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb (1964), images of nuclear holocaust are accompanied by the song "We'll Meet Again". The final scene in Full Metal Jacket (1987) has the battle hardened Marines singing the theme to "The Mickey Mouse Club".
[Dark humor] All of Kubrick's films, especially "Dr. Strangelove", have elements of black humor in them.
Preferred mono sound over stereo. Only three of his movies - Spartacus (1960), 2001: Een zwerftocht in de ruimte (1968) and Eyes Wide Shut (1999) - were originally done in stereo sound.
[Duality] Kubrick's last five films, minus The Shining (1980), are structurally split into two distinct halves, most likely to mimic the nature of duality in the characters of his films. For example, A Clockwork Orange (1971) shows Alex (Malcolm McDowell) as a sadistic rapist and murderer in the first half of the film and a mind-controlled guinea pig in the second half. In Eyes Wide Shut (1999), Bill (Tom Cruise) travels amidst sexual temptation in New York at night in the first half of the film and rude awakenings during the day in the second half.
Almost all of his films involve a plan that goes horribly wrong
Frequently uses strong primary colors in his cinematography and sharp contrast between black and white.
Often features mellow, emotionally distant characters
More often than not sports a long beard
His films often tackle controversial social themes
Very strong visual style with heavy emphasis on symbolism
Slow-paced dialogue; often had actors pause several beats between line delivery. Also, rarely (if ever) did his dialogue overlap.
Slow, methodical tracking shots
Often cast Peter Sellers, Kirk Douglas, and Philip Stone
Starting with Lolita (1962), each film has at least one scene in a bathroom.
SpouseChristiane Kubrick - (14 Aprilย 1958 - 7 Marchย 1999)ย (his death)ย (2 children)
Ruth Sobotka - (15 Januaryย 1955 - 1957)ย (divorced)
Toba Kubrick - (28 Mayย 1948 - 1951)ย (divorced)
GenderMale
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What Movie Awards did Stanley Kubrick win?


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Stanley Kubrick awards

Award Name State Movie / Series Name Year
DGA Award - Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Motion PicturesNomineeLolita1963
Golden Lion - NomineeLolita1962
David - Best Foreign Producer (Migliore Produttore Straniero)NomineeThe Shining1981
Oscar - Best Effects, Special Visual EffectsWinner2001: A Space Odyssey1969
David - Best Foreign Production (Migliore Produzione Straniera)Winner2001: A Space Odyssey1969
DGA Award - Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Motion PicturesNominee2001: A Space Odyssey1969
Hugo - Best Dramatic PresentationWinner2001: A Space Odyssey1969
Jules Verne Lรฉgendaire Award - Winner2001: A Space Odyssey2008
Golden Prize - Best Feature FilmNominee2001: A Space Odyssey1969
Oscar - Best PictureNomineeDr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb1965
Bodil - Best European Film (Bedste europรฆiske film)WinnerDr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb1964
DGA Award - Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Motion PicturesNomineeDr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb1965
Hugo - Best Dramatic PresentationWinnerDr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb1965
Silver Ribbon - Best Foreign Director (Regista del Miglior Film Straniero)WinnerDr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb1965
NYFCC Award - Best DirectorWinnerDr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb1964
WGA Award (Screen) - Best Written American ComedyWinnerDr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb1965
Oscar - Best Writing, Screenplay Based on Material from Another MediumNomineeFull Metal Jacket1988
Top 10 Film Award - Best FilmNomineeFull Metal Jacket1987
David - Best Foreign Producer (Migliore Produttore Straniero)WinnerFull Metal Jacket1988
Golden Train Award - Best FilmNomineeFull Metal Jacket1987
Kinema Junpo Award - Best Foreign Language Film DirectorWinnerFull Metal Jacket1989
ALFS Award - Director of the YearWinnerFull Metal Jacket1988
WGA Award (Screen) - Best Screenplay Based on Material from Another MediumNomineeFull Metal Jacket1988
Honorable Mention - Best Foreign FilmWinnerEyes Wide Shut1999
Bodil - Best American Film (Bedste amerikanske film)NomineeEyes Wide Shut2000
Best Film of the 1990s - Best FilmNomineeEyes Wide Shut2000
Top 10 Film Award - Best FilmWinnerEyes Wide Shut1999
CFCA Award - Best DirectorNomineeEyes Wide Shut2000
Cinema Brazil Grand Prize - Best Foreign Film (Melhor Filme Estrangeiro)NomineeEyes Wide Shut2000
Cรฉsar - Best Foreign Film (Meilleur film รฉtranger)NomineeEyes Wide Shut2000
Critics Award - Best Foreign FilmWinnerEyes Wide Shut2000
Guinness World Record - Longest Constant Movie ShootWinnerEyes Wide Shut1999
Filmcritica "Bastone Bianco" Award - WinnerEyes Wide Shut1999
Cรฉsar - Best Foreign Film (Meilleur film รฉtranger)NomineeBarry Lyndon1977
European David - WinnerBarry Lyndon1977
DGA Award - Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Motion PicturesNomineeBarry Lyndon1976
Audience Award - Best FilmWinnerBarry Lyndon1975
Guild Film Award - Gold - Foreign Film (Auslรคndischer Film)WinnerBarry Lyndon1978
Sant Jordi - Best Foreign Film (Mejor Pelรญcula Extranjera)WinnerBarry Lyndon1977
WGA Award (Screen) - Best Drama Adapted from Another MediumNomineeBarry Lyndon1976
Oscar - Best PictureNomineeA Clockwork Orange1972
DGA Award - Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Motion PicturesNomineeA Clockwork Orange1972
Hugo - Best Dramatic PresentationWinnerA Clockwork Orange1972
Silver Ribbon - Best Foreign Director (Regista del Miglior Film Straniero)WinnerA Clockwork Orange1973
Pasinetti Award - Best Foreign FilmWinnerA Clockwork Orange1972
WGA Award (Screen) - Best Drama Adapted from Another MediumNomineeA Clockwork Orange1972
BAFTA Film Award - Best Film from any SourceNomineeSpartacus1961

Stanley Kubrick's Movie/Shows Salary

Movie / Series Salary
Eyes Wide Shutย (1999)$10,000,000

Stanley Kubrick's Quotes

  • I never learned anything at all in school and didn't read a book for pleasure until I was 19 years old.
  • A film is--or should be--more like music than like fiction. It should be a progression of moods and feelings. The theme, what's behind the emotion, the meaning, all that comes later.
  • I would not think of quarreling with your interpretation nor offering any other, as I have found it always the best policy to allow the film to speak for itself.
  • Anyone who has ever been privileged to direct a film also knows that, although it can be like trying to write "War and Peace" in a bumper car in an amusement park, when you finally get it right, there are not many joys in life that can equal the feeling.
  • Art consists of reshaping life but it does not create life, nor cause life.

Stanley Kubrick's photos

Stanley Kubrick: The Visionary Filmmaker

Stanley Kubrick, one of the most renowned filmmakers of all time, left an indelible mark on the world of cinema. With a career spanning nearly 50 years, Kubrickโ€™s innovative storytelling techniques and attention to detail captivated audiences around the globe. From his early days as a photographer to his final masterpiece, Kubrickโ€™s unparalleled talent and dedication revolutionized the art of filmmaking.

Net Worth Details

At the time of his death, Stanley Kubrick had a net worth estimated at $20 million. His success as a filmmaker was not only evident in critical acclaim but also in commercial success. Many of his films, such as โ€œSpartacus,โ€ โ€œDr. Strangelove or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Bomb,โ€ and โ€œ2001: A Space Odyssey,โ€ achieved significant box office success. Kubrickโ€™s meticulousness and attention to detail resulted in films that continue to resonate with audiences and stand the test of time.

Biography

What is Stanley Kubrick known for?

Stanley Kubrickโ€™s name has become synonymous with groundbreaking cinema. His unique visual style and thought-provoking narratives have solidified his reputation as a visionary director. Kubrick pushed the boundaries of storytelling, challenging societal norms and provoking important discussions through his films. His work often explored themes of human nature, violence, technology, and the human condition.

Early life and education

Stanley Kubrick was born on July 26, 1928, in Manhattan, New York City. Growing up in the Bronx, Kubrick developed an interest in Greek and Roman myths, photography, chess, and the New York Yankees. His passion for photography led him to join William Howard Taft High Schoolโ€™s photography club, where he honed his skills.

After graduating in 1945, Kubrick took night classes at the City College of New York while pursuing his career as a photographer. His talent caught the attention of the general-interest magazine โ€œLook,โ€ which published one of his photographic series. This opportunity opened the doors to a career in journalism, and Kubrick eventually became a staff photographer for โ€œLookโ€ in 1946.

Career

Kubrickโ€™s early venture into filmmaking began with documentary shorts such as โ€œDay of the Fightโ€ and โ€œFlying Padre.โ€ These films showcased Kubrickโ€™s innate storytelling ability and marked the beginning of his journey towards becoming a director.

Throughout his career, Kubrick directed, wrote, and produced 13 feature films that have become bona fide classics. His filmography includes notable works such as โ€œA Clockwork Orange,โ€ โ€œThe Shining,โ€ and โ€œFull Metal Jacket.โ€ Each film showcased Kubrickโ€™s meticulous attention to detail, stunning visuals, and compelling narratives.

One of Kubrickโ€™s most significant achievements was the movie โ€œ2001: A Space Odyssey.โ€ This iconic film not only won him an Oscar but also revolutionized the sci-fi genre and set new standards for visual effects. Kubrickโ€™s ability to create immersive experiences through his films made him an unrivaled filmmaker.

Death and Tributes

In March 1999, Stanley Kubrick sadly passed away from a heart attack at the age of 70. His untimely death shocked the film industry, leaving behind a void that would never be filled. The news of Kubrickโ€™s passing reverberated throughout the world, with tributes pouring in from actors, directors, and fans alike.

Achievements

Stanley Kubrickโ€™s contributions to cinema were recognized with numerous awards and accolades. He received many Academy Award nominations, with his only win being for โ€œ2001: A Space Odyssey.โ€ Additionally, several of his films, including โ€œPaths of Glory,โ€ โ€œDr. Strangelove,โ€ and โ€œThe Shining,โ€ have been preserved in the National Film Registry for their cultural and historical significance.

Kubrickโ€™s films continue to inspire and captivate audiences, proving that his genius will forever resonate in the world of cinema.

Stanley Kubrick was a legendary director who pushed the boundaries of filmmaking and left an enduring legacy. His films challenged conventions, provoked thought, and captivated audiences worldwide. Kubrickโ€™s meticulous attention to detail and unique storytelling abilities set him apart from his peers, making him an icon in the world of cinema. While his presence may no longer grace the silver screen, his influence and impact will continue to be felt for generations to come.

Interesting Facts about Stanley Kubrick

  1. Father-in-law of Philip Hobbs, stepfather of Katharina Kubrick, & brother-in-law of Jan Harlan.
  2. He wanted to make a film based on Umberto Eco's novel "Foucault's Pendulum" which appeared in 1988. Unfortunately, Eco refused, as he was dissatisfied with the filming of his earlier novel The Name of the Rose (1986) and also because Kubrick wasn't willing to let him write the screenplay himself.
  3. Planned to direct a film called "I Stole 16 Million Dollars" based on notorious 1930s bank robber Willie Sutton. It was to be made by Kirk Douglas' Bryna production company, but Douglas thought the script was poorly written. Kubrick tried to get Cary Grant interested, which must have proved to be a failure as well, since the film was never made.
  4. Rarely gave interviews. He did, however, appear in a documentary made by his daughter Vivian Kubrick shot during the making of The Shining (1980). According to Vivian, he was planning on doing a few formal TV interviews once Eyes Wide Shut (1999) was released, but died before he could.
  5. He had a well-known fear of flying, but he had to fly quite often early in his career. Because of his hysteria on planes, he simply tried to lessen the amount of times he flew. According to Malcolm McDowell, Kubrick listened to air traffic controllers at Heathrow Airport for long stretches of time, and he advised McDowell never to fly.
  6. Refused to talk about his movies on set as he was directing them and never watched them when they were completed.
  7. One of the founders of the Directors Guild of Great Britain.
  8. The controversy around A Clockwork Orange (1971)'s UK release was so strong that Kubrick was flooded with angry letters and protesters were showing up at his home, demanding that the film never be shown in England again. He personally petitioned the studio to pull it from theaters, despite his legal inability to control a film after production. The studio, out of respect for Kubrick, eventually decided to pull the film out of theaters prematurely.
  9. His next project after Eyes Wide Shut (1999) was to be A.I. Artificial Intelligence (2001), which was taken over by Steven Spielberg. It is dedicated to Kubrick's memory.
  10. His dislike of his early film Fear and Desire (1953) is well known. He went out of his way to buy all the prints of it so no one else could see it.
  11. In addition to The Seafarers (1953) (shot for the Seafarers International Union), he may have directed another commissioned project in the early fifties, "World Assembly of Youth," for the United Nations, documenting a UN-sponsored gathering in New York City of young people from throughout the world. No copy of the film has been found and it has never been conclusively proven that it even existed in the first place (as with "The Seafarers," Kubrick never publicly acknowledged it).
  12. The only author that Kubrick worked with personally was Arthur C. Clarke for 2001: Een zwerftocht in de ruimte (1968).
  13. Loved the work of Franz Kafka, H.P. Lovecraft, Carlos Saura, Max Ophรผls, Woody Allen and Edgar Reitz (esp. Heimat - Eine Chronik in elf Teilen (1984)), among many others.
  14. Was voted the 23rd Greatest Director of all time by Entertainment Weekly. He was the least prolific director on this list, having made only 16 films over the course of a 48 year career.
  15. Kubrick's favorite pastime was chess and he was said to be a master at it. Many crew members and actors found themselves on the losing end of chess matches with him.
  16. People would come to his door looking for him, and as few people knew what he looked like, he would tell them that "Stanley Kubrick wasn't home."
  17. Had an extensive and rich friendship with Malcolm McDowell during the filming of A Clockwork Orange (1971). After filming ended, Kubrick never contacted him again.
  18. Often read about psychology, and knew how to manipulate his cast quite well. A fine example of this is with Shelley Duvall in The Shining (1980).
  19. He reportedly briefly considered leaving England for either Vancouver, Canada or Sydney, Australia.
  20. He was so reclusive that the press would make up wild stories about him. One such story was that he shot a fan on his property, and then shot him again for bleeding on the grass.

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  • Author: Fiona Makkink
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  • Original Source: The Yorck Project (2002) 10.000 Meisterwerke der Malerei (DVD-ROM), distributed by DIRECTMEDIA Publishing GmbH. ISBN: 3936122202.
  • Author:
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    William Hogarth
    Description English-British painter and engraver
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