A Rare Interview with Stanley Kubrick on His Life and Filmmaking

Check out this 76 minute uncut interview with Stanley Kubrick in 1966 during the filming of 2001, A Space Odyssey. Interviewed over a game of chess by New Yorker columnist Jeremy Bernstein, Kubrick answers questions on his early career, creative problem-solving, photography, why he failed english, space exploration, and the bomb.

A year after the interview, Bernstein published the profile titled: How About a Little Game?, which can also be found in this collection of Kubrick interviews.  To read more about the events leading up to and after this interview, check out this article on Brain Pickings.