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RSA's Toby Dye Creates Kubrick-inspired Installation with UNKLE

RSA Films , 2 months, 1 week ago

Joanna Lumley and Aidan Gillen star in interactive experience for ‘Daydreaming With… Stanley Kubrick’

RSA's Toby Dye Creates Kubrick-inspired Installation with UNKLE

‘Daydreaming With… Stanley Kubrick’ is a new exhibition, curated by Mo’Wax and UNKLE founder, artist and DJ James Lavelle, featuring a host of contemporary artists, filmmakers and musicians showcasing works inspired by Stanley Kubrick. 

Created as the centrepiece of the show, Ridley Scott Associates and Black Dog Films director Toby Dye has devised and directed ‘The Corridor', co-written with Chris Bovill and John Allison. 'The Corridor' is a ground breaking film installation designed to provide viewers with a spectacular immersive experience at the heart of the exhibition.  

Starring Joanna Lumley and Aidan Gillen, the installation features four distinct films in which four narratives bleed into one another, crossing Kubrickian corridors as they weave together a disorientating, hypnotic tale of control, violence and a doomed cycle of power.

Celebrating the legendary filmmaker’s themes and stylistic devices, the installation plays on a continuous loop, providing an immersive, interactive experience that enables the viewer to self edit the narrative, creating a new perspective on each subsequent viewing. 

Kubrick had agreed to direct the video for a track on UNKLE's 1998 Psyence Fiction album, but died before he could do so, leaving only one track (Lonely Souls featuring Richard Ashcroft) without a video. Made with the blessing of Kubrick's estate, ‘The Corridor’ is that video.

Director and writer Toby Dye said: "For me, the unblinking red eye of 2001 A Space Odyssey’s HAL 9000 perfectly encapsulates the cinema of Stanley Kubrick. For all his films share that same coolly analytical gaze, studying from afar mankind and all its many foibles. Kubrick’s camera never appeared to follow the action, it was as if it moved of its own accord and the tableau of life simply unfurled before it. It was his seemingly never-ending camera zooms from Barry Lyndon that first sparked the seed of the idea behind The Corridor, before that idea grew, and grew into something that was, at times, infuriatingly ambitious, but I hope in the best tradition of the man who inspired it."

Experience The Corridor at ‘Daydreaming With… Stanley Kubrick’ Somerset House in London from 6th July – 24th August 2016.



Full Credit List

Concept Devised and Directed by: Toby Dye

A Black Dog Films and Ridley Scott Associates Production

The Lady: Joanna Lumley

Mister: Aidan Gillen

Lilly: Cherry Vaughn-White

The Brute: Chris Akrill

Butler / Stranger 1: Mark Brent

Maid / Stranger 2: Melody Reynolds

Paige Boy / Stranger 3: Oli Newhall

Double: Nicholas White

Movement Director: Caroline Pope

Costume Designer: Jeffrey Michael

Music by: UNKLE

Sound Designer: Ben Leeves, Grand Central Recording Studios

Production Co-ordinators: Katherine Hayes and Sara Andersson

Second Assistant Director: Tom Wynborne

Third Assistant Director: Nicola Wilson

Floor Runner: Ned Frankau

Child Chaperone: Jo Vaughn-White

Set Dresser: Noa Zarfati

1st Assistant Camera: Gordon Segrove

2nd Assistant Camera: George Telling

2nd Unit Camera: Edmond Buckley

Key Grip: Malcolm Huse

Remote Head Technician: Neil Folly

Gaffer: Jim Beeby

Lighting Technicians: Daniel Martin, Bernard O’Brien

Electrician: Andy Galea

Riggers: Dave Lawrence, Erion Pemaj

Trainee Rigger: Emir Pemaj

Video Playback Operator: Peter Hodgson

DIT Equipment provided by: Mission Digital

DIT: Patrick King

Sound Recordist: Ben Hsiung

Costume Assistants: Natasha Jones, Sophia Aiudi, Charmaine Niewerth

Set Costumer: Kyle Burk

Hair and Make Up Assistants: Claudia Cavalli-Cook, Laura Miles

Location Management: Barking and Dagenham Film Office

Location Film Officer: Jayne Baumback

VFX: MPC

VFX Executive Producer: Ellora Chowdhury

VFX Producers: Jakub Chilczuk, Amy Smith

VFX Co-ordinators: Chris Preston Barnes, Goutham Hampankatta

VFX Team: Byron Woofinden, Edward Taylor, Rajesh Kaushik, Sabanayagam V, Ginesh Gandhi, Manoj Ravi, Shaik Abdul Adil

Sound Mix: Grand Central Recording Studios

Assistant Sound Design: Gary Turnbull 

Behind the Scenes Photographer: Irene Gomez

Communications: Common Industry

Lighting Equipment provided by: Panalux

Camera and Grip Equipment provided by: Panavision

Insurance: Gallagher Entertainment

With Thanks: Independent Talent Group, Conway van Gelder Grant, Wizzo & Co, Alphabet Agency, Shack Attack, Nancy Ryan



Post Production / VFX

VFX Supervisor: Timo Huber

Colourist: Jean–Clément Soret

Grade: MPC

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