- Friday, February 16, 2018 6:12 PM
Skopje, 16 February 2018 (MIA) – Film director Jane Altiparmakov and photographer Natasha Geleva will take part in an exhibition celebrating 50 years of 2001: Space Odyssey that will run from Mar. 21 to Sep. 23 in the Frankfurt's Film Museum.
The exhibit is a retrospective celebrating Stanley Kubrick's 1968 cult film, which was officially named best sci-fi movie of all time by the American Film Institute.
Altiparmakov and Geleva will represent the Macedonian art scene at the official invitation of Jan Harlan, the executive producer of Kubrick's movies.
In addition to exhibiting their work in Frankfurt, the Macedonian artists will do a photo-feature about the exhibit that will be showcased to the public.
The exhibit marking the 50th anniversary of 2001: Space Odyssey is part of the Kubrick Festival, launched by the Stanley Kubrick Foundation.
Events that are part of the Kubrick Festival have taken place so far in Mexico and Denmark. Macedonia was also on the festival's map with a revue of Kubrick's films at last year's Skopje Film Festival.
Visitors attending the show in Frankfurt will have the chance to see objects and props used on the set of the cult sci-fi movie. mr/ba/18:10
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