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"Moments that Made the Movies" by David Thomson
San Francisco-based David Thomson, the film critic for The New Republic, has written more than 20 movie books, among them must-owns such as "The New Biographical Dictionary of Film," "The Big Screen," and "'Have You Seen?': A Personal Introduction to 1000 Films."
The Brit transplant's long experience with writing accessible, entertaining, idiosyncratic, erudite and enlightening movie books led him to the most delightful one of all: "Moments that Made the Movies." Trust me.
What would happen if a king supported first-time filmmakers? The Marrakech Film Festival in Morocco is a chance to investigate this question.
"The existence of this festival was the king's will, with [festival director] Melita Toscan du Plantier," Marrakech's artistic director, Bruno Barde, said during an interview at the 14th edition, which concluded last week.
According to Open Culture, Stanley Kubrick commissioned a score from "A Streetcar Named Desire" and "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?" composer Alex North, with whom he worked previously on his sword-and-sandals epic "Spartacus."
But just as he would later do with Wendy Carlos' eerie "The Shining" score, Kubrick dropped it, saying in a interview with Michael Ciment, "Although [North] and I went over the picture very carefully, and he listened to these temporary tracks and agreed that they worked fine and would serve as a guide to the musical objectives of each sequence he, nevertheless, wrote and recorded a score which could not have been more alien to the music we had listened to, and much more serious than that, a score which, in my opinion, was completely inadequate for the film."
Thus, Kubrick went for a now-iconic soundtrack featuring Strauss, Ligeti, Khatchaturian and more that mixes avant-garde and classical chamber music.