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Beyond the Infinite - A Documentary on 2001: A Space Odyssey

By Louis Trapani - Posted on 11 September 2010

2001: a space odyssey

A snapshot of the history of the future… Going back today to the 1960s to see how they visualized 2001 then is what this upcoming documentary, years in the making, sets out to accomplish.

A documentary that really tells the story of the making of 2001, not just the technical story but the human story, the personal story, the experiences of people who interacted with Kubrick that is really true to the style and look of 2001: A Space Odyssey.

Take a peek for yourself in this trailer promo for the documentary (sorry, I could only find Flash versions of this embedded video):

Wow. I am looking forward to seeing this documentary! Be sure to watch the video above in full screen mode if you can. I am glad to see that Douglas Trumbull along with David Larson are creating this documentary film on such a landmark movie, 2001: A Space Odyssey (Amazon link).

Outside of the information we can discern from this trailer (and the trailer itself) for 2001: Beyond the Infinite - The Making of a Masterpiece, there are no further details as of yet on Trumbull's website on it. There is some speculation that it may be included in an upcoming remastered Blu-ray box set containing the library of Stanley Kubrick films. Though it could be released on its own. I sure would love to see it on the big screen myself, even if it was only shown in typical cinema art houses.

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