Stephen WhittyAdjunct Instructor
Stephen Whitty, BFA, is a freelance critic and journalist who has written about film for more than 30 years for the New York Daily News, Entertainment Weekly, the Times-Picayune, the Cleveland Plain Dealer, and Fortune.com. A two-time chair of the New York Film Critics Circle, his work has won awards from the American Association of Sunday and Features Editors, the Los Angeles Press Club, and the New Jersey Press Association. His fiction won the NYU Seth Barkas Prize in 1979 and his short film, "The Silver Maiden," won the Cine Golden Eagle in 1982. He has lectured at NYUSPS, Rutgers, the Museum of Modern Art, and the Museum of the Moving Image. His book The Alfred Hitchcock Encylopedia will be published in July.
Explore films by controversial and contradictory director Stanley Kubrick, including Lolita, Dr. Strangelove, and Eyes Wide Shut.