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View of the exhibition Stanley Kubrick - Inside the Mind of a Visionary Filmmaker with a portrait of Stanley Kubrick, left, in Zurich, Switzerland, April 25, 2007. (ALESSANDRO DELLA BELLA/AP)
View of the exhibition Stanley Kubrick - Inside the Mind of a Visionary Filmmaker with a portrait of Stanley Kubrick, left, in Zurich, Switzerland, April 25, 2007. (ALESSANDRO DELLA BELLA/AP)

Stanley Kubrick exhibition coming to Toronto Add to ...

Keen to see the helmet that Matthew Modine wore in Full Metal Jacket? How about behind-the-scenes photographs from the making of 2001: A Space Odyssey? The dresses worn by the ghostly sisters in The Shining?

Well, Stanley Kubrick fans, you’re going to have to wait a year but the Toronto International Film Festival is promising that some time in fall, 2014, it will display a big array of Kubrickian paraphernalia, ephemera, mementos and props at its TIFF Bell Lightbox headquarters.

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It will be the first and possibly the only Canadian stop for the exhibition, which was put together in 2004 by the influential director’s estate – he died, at 70, in 1999 – and the Deutsches Filmmuseum in Frankfurt.

TIFF announced it had snagged the show, which has had successful runs in Rome, Amsterdam, Melbourne and other centres, in a release issued Wednesday. Additional details are to be announced in the weeks ahead.

 

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