Martin Woutisseth has created an animated filmography (a brilliant idea in the first place but flawlessly executed here) of Kubrick’s films.
It begins with Kubrick’s own somewhat iconic self-portrait, taken in the forties and then visits each of the feature films that he created. It does omit1953’s Fear and Desire, starting instead with 1955's Killer's Kiss, yet instead of a précis of plot or a video clip of each movie what you get is an alternative poster, sprung from Woutisseth’s imagination. You will then travel through the decades, taking in such classics as Dr. Strangelove, A Clockwork Orange, Spartacus and, of course, 2001: A Space Odyssey.
It concludes with a later self-portrait, rounding off the journey extremely well. This is, altogether, a fantastic piece of animation and a wonderful homage to Kubrick.