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SHOOT FIRST TALK LATER: THE PHOTOSHOOT PODCAST is the brain child of our bloody lovely creative director and photographer, Robert Gershinson. First he shoots his guest’s portraits and then he talks to them. Got it? Does exactly what it says on the tin, right?

In this episode, Stanley Kubrick’s daughter Katharina chats about growing up in a creative house that she describes as a ‘art school and a film school rolled into one’, spending time on her father’s movie sets (Dr. Strangelove, 2001: A Space Odyssey) and the controversy surrounding A Clockwork Orange. Katharina also chats about reconnecting with her birth father in her teens, how she began working in the film industry on productions like Barry Lyndon, The Spy Who Loved Me and The Shining and how she feels when Stanley is spoken about negatively in the media.

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