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The Design Museum, London celebrates the work of one of the greatest filmmakers of the 20th century in an exhibition from April 26th to September 15th 2019. The exhibition was previewed on April 25th, and opened by Kubrick’s widow Christiane, brother-in-law and executive producer Jan Harlan, daughter and photographer Katharina, co-curator Deyan Sudjic, and advisor Alan Yentob. The exhibition includes important works by designers Hardy Amies, Saul Bass, Milena Canonero and Ken Adam, art and...

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The Design Museum, London celebrates the work of one of the greatest filmmakers of the 20th century in an exhibition from April 26th to September 15th 2019. Marking the 20th anniversary of Stanley Kubrick’s death, the exhibition explores his unique command of the whole creative design process of film making, from story-teller to director to editor. Visitors will be able to relive iconic scenes and discover unseen material from his genre-defining films, including The Shining,...

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The jacket worn by Keifer Sutherland as Jack Bauer in Series One of 24, a phaser rifle from Star Trek: First Contact and a waistcoat from The Warriors  all feature in an auction by Ewbank’s on February 28th 2019. The Jack Bauer jacket, with an estimate of £1,200, is just one of the highlights in the auction house’s 300-plus lot February 28th Movie Props sale, a bonanza offering bidders the chance to secure iconic costumes and...

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Arts & Collections speaks to costume designer Ellen Mirojnick about her work on The Greatest Showman, one of the year’s best-performing blockbusters Ellen Mirojnick has worked on many great films: What Women Want (1999), Basic Instinct (1992) and Wall Street (1987) to name a few. She won an Emmy for the costume design of Liberace biopic Behind the Candelabra (2013) and is now being celebrated for her work on one of the most successful films...

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Loving Vincent (2017), a project that has been six years in the making, is the first fully painted feature film in history. The motion picture puts the life of the iconic artist, Vincent Van Gogh, under the microscope. Every one of the 65,000 frames within the film has been painstakingly created to mimic Van Gogh’s acclaimed Post-Impressionist style with technical precision and patience. This biopic labour of love took a troupe of 125 artists to...

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Some of the world’s most precious movie memorabilia has recently come under the hammer, causing excitement amongst an increasing crowd of competitive collectors. With premium items dating back as far as the golden era of film in the 1940s, movie memorabilia has always held a certain mystique for collectors, whether they are knowledgeable film buffs or simply fans of the picture. While usual factors like rarity and condition often determine the value of such memorabilia,...

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From John Lennon’s psychedelic Rolls-Royce to an acrylic fingernail worn by Lady Gaga, the world of entertainment memorabilia offers a dazzling feast for serious collectors and avid fans. Rebecca Foster discovers what it takes to make it into the memorabilia hall of fame. It’s 1965. As Bob Dylan belts out a forceful performance of ‘Like a Rolling Stone’ at Newport Folk Festival, his transition from folk to electric is greeted by a chorus of boos....

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Through vintage movies we enter a glamorous world that has captivated audiences for generations. When Ira M. Resnick visited London recently to launch his new book, Starstruck: Vintage Movie Posters from Classic Hollywood, it was an opportunity to meet with one of the greatest collectors of vintage movie memorabilia.  The drama, the suspense, love and passion, true grit … this great tide of human emotion is all depicted in those classic movies we love so...

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