The Film Analyses
After Fear and Desire, the Kubrick analyses are shot by shot, with screen grabs from each. I've been asked why I don't do videos for Youtube or podcasts, but I've opted to handle the analyses in this manner, which would be impossible in a podcast or on Youtube, considering the scope of the project and the amount of cross-analysis of shots done.
I began putting the analyses online in 2007, beginning with Kubrick's The Shining and Antonioni's Blow-up. I followed with Eyes Wide Shut, A Clockwork Orange, Zabriskie Point, The Passenger, 2001, Lolita, Day of the Fight, and Killer's Kiss. The majority of the analyses were in place by 2011-2012. They were at first on my blog but the load was too much for my shared server situation so I moved the analyses over to static html in 2012. I periodically return to fine tune, and add additional insights in the analyses and by way of supplemental posts.
The Killing was completed and added in 2016, as well was a more intensive look at Fear and Desire added in 2016. Previous to that I only had a post on Fear and Desire and The Tempest.
Barry Lyndon is in the works but may take a while.
Working on Dr. Strangelove