Filmmaker and researcher Jay Weidner reveals the secret knowledge embedded in the work of the greatest filmmaker of all time, Stanley Kubrick. It may be that 2001: A Space Odyssey was not only a retelling of Arthur C. Clarke and Stanley Kubrick's novel, but also a research and development project that assisted Kubrick in the creation of the Apollo moon footage. Weidner presents compelling evidence of how Stanley Kubrick directed the Apollo moon landings.
In light of this revelation, Weidner also explores Kubrick's film, The Shining and shows that this film is, in actuality, the story of Kubrick's personal travails as he secretly worked on the Apollo footage for NASA. This famed movie director placed symbols and hidden anecdotes into his films that tell a far different story than the films appeared to be saying.
To view the second part of this two-part program, see Kubrick’s Odyssey II