By Cameron Sinz | Indiewire February 22, 2013 at 11:04AM
In anticipation of the March 29 opening of Rodney Ascher's documentary "Room 237," New York's IFC Center is mounting a complete retrospective of the the films of Stanley Kubrick.
The series, entitled "Fear and Desire: The Films of Stanley Kubrick," runs from March 21-28 and will include all thirteen full-length features directed by Kubrick, a;; screened in 35mm and digital restoration prints, from his low budget independent debut "Fear and Desire," to his Tom Cruise and Nicole Kidman starring final film "Eyes Wide Shut." Also included in the program, is the Kubrick conceived "AI: Artificial Intelligence" -- directed by Steven Spielberg after the director's death -- and a rare screening of Kubrick's early films "Killer's Kiss" and "The Killing."
In addition to the screenings, a related exhibition of international movie posters from Kubrick's career will be held at the Posteritati Gallery and partially show at the IFC Center's second floor lobby.
For more information on the retrospective and a complete schedule, visit IFC Center's website at www.ifccenter.com