A MINI film festival - A Stanley Kubrick Odyssey - will be held from December 30 to January 21, 2007 at Broadway Cinematheque (BC) and Palace IFC as part of the celebration programme of Broadway Cinematheque's 10th Anniversary. The festival includes screenings of Kubrick's 12 feature films, such as the costume war epic Spartacus (1960), the adaptation of Stephen King's The Shining (1980), the sci-fi classic 2001: A Space Odyssey (1968), the cult comedy Dr. Strangelove (1964), the costume drama Barry Lyndon (1975) and the Vietnam war film Full Metal Jacket (1987). There will also be a seminar held by local film critics and a mini-screening of a documentary - A Life in Pictures - about the controversial film master at the BC film library. The documentary was directed by his brother-in-law and assistant Jan Harlan. Born in The Bronx in New York City in 1928, Kubrick made his first film, a documentary, in 1950. His first major studio production was the anti-war movie Paths of Glory (1957). A reclusive genius in the eyes of the public, Kubrick passed away in his sleep on March 7, 1999, a few months before the release of his final film, Eyes Wide Shut.