The 'Holy Grail' for Kubrick fans!

Releasing in March 2005. This extraordinary book was made with the cooperation of the Kubrick Estate. It comes with an audio CD featuring a 70-minute 1966 interview with Stanley Kubrick by Jeremy Bernstein!

FIRST PRINTING ONLY will include a twelve-frame film strip from a 70mm print of 2001: A Space Odyssey owned by Stanley Kubrick!




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(aka "My Architect: A Son's Journey")


directed by Nathaniel Kahn


 I have always been a fan or architecture and art, but claim to know nothing of any depth about either. I found "My Architect" to be an illuminating documentary on the life of one of the most revered American craftsmen of the last half century, Louis Kahn. He died suddenly in 1974 in a bathroom in New York's Penn Station. His legacy is a collection of monumental and inspiring buildings including the Salk Institute in La Jolla, California; the Kimbell Art Museum in Fort Worth, Texas and the capital building in Dhaka, Bangladesh. Essentially Khan led a very sad existence filled with the hubris of the human condition. The contrariness of his work and life make for a fascinating exploratory film. Notable references from I.M. Pei and other contemporaries as well as his family give an in-depth look at the constraints of the man - his inspirations and his probable regrets. An exemplary film showing beauty and misery. out of  

Gary W. Tooze


Theatrical Release: April 13th, 2003 - Philadelphia International Film Festival

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DVD Review: New Yorker - Region 1 - NTSC

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Distribution New Yorker Video - Region 1- NTSC
Runtime 1:55:48 
Video 1.33:1 Original Aspect Ratio
Average Bitrate: 6.51 mb/s
NTSC 720x480 29.97 f/s

NOTE: The Vertical axis represents the bits transferred per second. The Horizontal is the time in minutes.


Audio English (Dolby Digital 2.0 Dolby) 
Subtitles None

Release Information:
Studio: New Yorker Video

Aspect Ratio:
Original aspect Ratio 1.33:1

Edition Details:

• Question and Answer with Director Nathaniel Kahn including extra scenes and rare historical footage of Louis Kahn (11 questions of approx. 2-3 minutes each)
• 4 Theatrical Trailers for New Yorker releases
• 12- page Full-Color Booklet liner notes

DVD Release Date: February 15th, 2005

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Chapters: 11




Very decent image from New Yorker - not HD sourced, but sharp with excellent color balance. Audio is original 2.0 and totally adequate. Two of the extra features are marvelous - 20:00 + minutes worth of a "Q + A" with the director Khan and a stunning 12 page color booklet with fold-out pages showing Khan and his architecture. Solid DVD package from New Yorker! We recommend! out of  

Gary W. Tooze


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