Stanley Kubrick’s masterpiece 2001: A Space Odyssey is my favorite film of all time.  And just when I thought I had discovered every possible bit of trivia surrounding the iconic film, another one seems to always pop up.  The most recent being a long lost 23-minute featurette documentary about the making of the film.  You can watch it in full below and imagine once again how incredible it must have been to have been part of that production.  And in case you hadn’t heard, 17 minutes of previously unknown footage from 2001: A Space Odyssey was discovered in a salt mine in Kansas.  You can read the full story here: “17 Lost Minutes From “2001: A Space Odyssey” Discovered In Kansas Salt Mine“.  For all FEELguide stories related to Stanley Kubrick be sure to visit Stanley Kubrick on FEELguide.

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