Last year, we rolled up our sleeves and dove into The Lost & Unmade Projects Of Stanley Kubrick, detailing the numerous movies that the legendary filmmaker developed or considered over the course of his career. As you know, Kubrick wasn’t the the most prolific of filmmakers, but when he latched onto something, it became a near obsession, and the director meticulously pored over every aspect of the production to meet the exacting standards of his vision.
But if you don’t have time to flip through that feature (though you should), this 20-minute documentary, “The Unfinished Films Of Stanley Kubrick,” does a good job of highlighting some of the more well known movies he never got to. Narrated by Malcolm McDowell, the doc touches up “Napoleon” (which is now an HBO series set to be produced by Steven Spielberg and directed by Baz Luhrmann), “The Aryan Papers” and “A.I.” (which Kubrick passed off to Spielberg). But there was so much more, including the WWII film “The German Lieutenant,” “Lunatic At Large” and more. Read more about those here. Watch the doc below.