Stanley Kubrick - One Point Perspective Compilation.

Vimeo user 'Kogonada' has put together a impressive video showcasing the one-point shooting perspective Stanley Kubrick used in his films. If you are not familiar with the term - The 'one point' typically refers to one vanishing point, where the viewers eye is naturally drawn (normally applied to painting and architecture). Kubrick worked for years as a photographer for Look magazine before moving into filmmaking and adopted this technique for dramatic effect, often with the vanishing point in the dead centre of the frame. 

This short video compilation includes clips from many of Kubrick's classics, The Shining, A Clockwork Orange, 2001: A Space Odyssey, Paths of Glory, Full Metal Jacket, Dr. Strangelove, Barry Lyndon, The Killing & Eyes Wide Shut

A must watch for film buffs.