Which Stanley Kubrick film was primarily shot using natural light?
Known for his meticulous attention to detail, the director of such masterpieces as “2001: A Space Odyssey” and “A Clockwork Orange” was known to have used nearly all candlelight on his 1975 period drama “Barry Lyndon.” The film starred Ryan O’Neal and followed the adventures of an Irish rogue turned opportunist set partially during the Seven Years War. To achieve a cinematic look representative of the era, Kubrick designed many shots using inspiration from 18th-century paintings. The production ran into its share of obstacles including weather, complicated set logistics, and even threats from the IRA, but in the end Kubrick and his team earned four Academy Awards, including an Oscar for its cinematography. Source: Filmmaker Magazine | Date Updated: May 27, 2021
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