Stanley Kubrick is particularly famous for his control of color on screen and his obsession with the color red, but every director makes conscious choices about what the color of their films.

Graphic designer Roxy Radulescu breaks down the color palettes of great cinema on his blog Movies In Color.

See a full slideshow of his work on KPCC’s AudioVision.

Photos above from Scarface, 2001: Space Odyssey and Requiem for a Dream.

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