LACMA sneak peek: Stanley Kubrick unveiled – The Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA) has a new exhibit on the life and work of legendary film director Stanley Kubrick. It opens on Thursday and features costumes, props and behind-the-scenes memorabilia from his groundbreaking films. CNN was granted a sneak peek.
Kubrick's director's chair – An intensely private man and a meticulous and versatile director, Stanley Kubrick only made around a dozen feature films, but most are regarded as classics. He made one from this very chair. Note the boxes on either side used to hold scripts and notes.
Kubrick's first picture for Look Magazine – This is the picture that changed Kubrick's life. When he was just 16 years old, the future director snapped this shot of a newsstand worker on the day of FDR's death. It led to a job as a photographer for Look Magazine, and a career in photography and filmmaking was born.