Vivian Kubrick’s Photos Captured on the Sets of Stanley Kubrick’s Films

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Vivian Kubrick, daughter of legendary director Stanley Kubrick, collaborated with her father on a number of his films. As a teen she directed a documentary for the BBC, The Making of The Shining. She captured footage during the shooting of Full Metal Jacket, intending to create another doc, but wound up scoring the movie instead (under the pseudonym Abigail Mead). She also made appearances in several films, including Barry Lyndon and 2001: A Space Odyssey. It seems clear that father and daughter shared a deep creative bond. Vivian recently took to Twitter to share a wonderful series of photos that she captured while hanging out on the set of her father’s famous films. It’s like seeing Kubrick’s movies with a new pair of eyes. The rare images include Vivian lounging in the Korova Milk Bar from A Clockwork Orange, playing with a baby chimp during the making of 2001, and more. An incredibly touching photo of father and daughter together reveals the special relationship they shared. See more in our gallery.

“Vivian Kubrick and a baby chimp from 2001: A Space Odyssey, 1967″

“Vivian and Anya Kubrick in NYC, 1965”

“Another photo of Vivian and the baby chimp”

“Vivian’s Making The Shining cutting room, 1979″

Vivian at EMI studio in her cutting room for Making The Shining, using a 16mm Steenbeck, 1980

*Picture taken by Stanley

“Stanley and Vivian on location of Full Metal Jacket with her Aaton Camera and her beloved dog Fanny, 1986″

“Vivian in her bedroom, where she wrote the score for FMJ [Full Metal Jacket], 1987″

*Picture taken by herself for LA Times article

“On the set of A Clockwork Orange, 1969″

“Makes me smile: Me&Dad FMJ [Full Metal Jacket] @ Beckton Gas Works: filthiest place on earth — 2 baths every night to get the filth off.”

“In Memory of my Dad, who I loved with all my heart and soul … Dad and Me 1979 on the back veranda of Abbots Mead.”