with Stanley Kubrick, in 1966.
Interviewer: Jeremy Bernstein, journalist of the New Yorker.
This is a rare interview,
one of the very few interviews that Kubrick gave in his career.
The interview was given by Kubrick during the time he was working
with Arthur C. Clarke at the screenplay and pre-production
of the Film "2001: A Space Odyssey".
In this interview Stanley Kubrick reveals how he began his career
as a Filmmaker. Kubrick talks about his first short films,
and his first feature films,
including "Lolita", "Spartacus" and "Dr.