Mick Broderick is Professor of Media Analysis at Murdoch University. He has produced over 100 scholarly works as author or co-author, including: Trauma and Disability in Mad Max: Beyond the Road Warrior’s Fury (2019) with Katie Ellis; Reconstructing Strangelove: inside Stanley Kubrick’s ‘nightmare comedy’ (2017) and Nuclear Movies (1988, 1991); and as editor The Kubrick Legacy (2019), Hibakusha Cinema (1996, 1999), and as co-editor with Antonio Traverso, Interrogating Trauma (2011) and Trauma, Media, Art: New Perspectives (2010).
James Fenwick is a Senior Lecturer in media and communications at Sheffield Hallam University. He is the author of Stanley Kubrick Produces (Rutgers University Press, 2020) and editor of Understanding Kubrick’s 2001: A Space Odyssey (Intellect, 2018). He has written a number of book chapters and journal articles about the life and work of Stanley Kubrick and Kirk Douglas.
Joy McEntee is a Senior Lecturer in the Department of English and Creative Writing at the University of Adelaide. She has research interests in American Cold War film, the work of Stanley Kubrick, and literature to film adaptation. She has published in Camera Obscura, Screening the Past, Adaptation, Literature/Film Quarterly and the Journal of Adaptation in Film and Performance.
Previously unseen materials donated by the Stanley Kubrick estate to the London University of the Arts Special Collections Archive sheds new light on what has been a relatively ‘unknown’ period in the auteur’s ...