Kalbarri National Park, Perth | Peter Stewart
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The editing room for the documentary, The Making of The Shining, which was directed by Stanley Kubrick’s 17-year-old daughter, Vivian.
Lining a shelf on the wall are Betamax video transfers of the over fifty hours of footage that Vivian shot during the production. These videotapes, as well as her original negative, are housed in the Stanley Kubrick Archive in London. They are not currently accessible by the public.
The typewriter that Vivian used during her work is the same prop Adler typewriter used by Jack Nicholson in the film.