In 1972 to support the wide release of A CLOCKWORK ORANGE this tabloid sized herald was given away free in US cinemas. It featured 8 pages of photos, Philip Castle's illustrations and an assortment of press cuttings pertaining to the films pre-Christmas 1971 limited release. Space was provided at the bottom of the front cover to enable each cinema to publicise show times etc. This particular copy came from the Cleveland area.
Monday, March 10, 2008
In March 2004 THE GUARDIAN WEEKEND magazine published Jon Ronson's account of his many months spent investigating the contents of Kubrick's archive, then still residing at his home in Childwick, before it's subsequent move to the University of the Arts London. Presented here are Stephen Gill's photographs which originally accompanied the article, the full text of the feature can be read here.