In this role, the company will build on the success of the Warner Bros. global licensing program for six of Stanley Kubrick’s films: “The Shining,” “Full Metal Jacket,” “2001: A Space Odyssey,” “Barry Lyndon,” “Eyes Wide Shut” and “A Clockwork Orange,” which continues its 50th anniversary celebrations in 2022.
“Bringing the iconic work of this master filmmaker to a global licensing program requires a partner with a clear understanding both of brand management and of the unique nature of Stanley Kubrick and his films,” says Jonathan Cameron, president The Stanley Kubrick Film Archive. “In Caroline Mickler we have found that partner. We are looking forward enormously to working with her and her team.”
Brand collaborations, fashion collections and fan-based merchandise are all expected to play a role in a curated licensing programthat will pay homage to Kubrick’s work and its enduring popularity with millions of fans around the world.
Caroline Mickler, managing director of the licensing agency, will be at BLE discussing the development of this program along with plans for the coming year.
“Few films in history can claim the lasting significance and appeal of Stanley Kubrick’s works, which are visually striking and memorable in a way that we believe can inspire products that are both desirable and highly original,” says Mickler. “We are truly honored to be representing Stanley Kubrick and his unique and ground-breaking movies.”
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