My God, it’s full of stars... 👁✨
“2001: A Space Odyssey” AMP by Prasad Kadam @prasaadkadam 🔴
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| 2001. La Odisea
Warmi, ¡creo que ya has comenzado tu viaje definitivo hacia la grandeza de Pachamama, Madre Tierra!
No sabe ella si mira hacia las montañas del Oriente o las del Sur
Lo que sabe es que mira el edificio de las criaturas que atormentan su aventura
De aquel camino que tantas veces
Pase junto a ella
Nadie se acuerda sólo yo
Recordando su amor
De sus promesas, de sus caricias
Él es nuestro testigo
Que en el olvido de las dos
La ingrata nos dejó
Si algún día te encontraré
Nunca le digas que lloré
Recordando su amor
Ahora en las praderas Warmi está y ve una piedra enorme
o: Las Almas Gemelas | 7/18
2001 at the Redford Theater, the only 70mm Michigan screening. The cases in the second photo are the huge 70mm reels packed up and ready to head out of state. The Redford showed the film back during its initial run and the volunteer host whipped out one of the old original 70mm reels and was snipping off frames and handing them out as souvenirs! #2001aspaceodyssey
Today I got to see a 70mm screening of 2001:A Space Odyssey! I've seen it many times, but this was the first in a theater and on actual film. How it was meant to be seen. It never ceases to amaze me. I can't even imagine how people felt leaving the theater in '68. The beauty of this film will always withstand the test of time.
Kubrick is a god.
Today is National Vinyl Record Day! 🎶🎉 And I know the perfect way to celebrate this important holiday—a vinyl double feature! The second selection of the day, a film soundtrack—Stanley Kubrick’s 2001: A Space Odyssey, released in 1968. It features a mixture of futuristic and classical instrumental pieces to create a “non-verbal experience.” A familiar reoccurring piece in the film—Strauss’ Blue Danube—juxtaposed with the modern sound of György Ligeti's Requiem. Probably the most recognizable musical selection from the film is Strauss’ Also Sprach Zarathustra performed by the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra. The soundtrack reached 24 on the Billboard 200 and was RIAA certified Gold. This is an original pressing from my parent’s collection. A musing from HAL: “I am putting myself to the fullest possible use, which is all I think that any conscious entity can ever hope to do.” #nationalvinylrecordday