I recently talked about re-discovering the greatness of The Shining (movie, not the book), and now I see via Open Culture a fascinating half hour documentary on its making. (Not sure, but I think I have seen this years ago, perhaps on TV.) It is extraordinary to be reminded that the interior of the hotel is in fact a gigantic set in England. (And even the exterior in most shots is a mere facade.)
I wonder if Kubrick, if he were making movies today, could ever warm to the remarkably life like digital sets that are now just standard fare. I like those videos that show all the green screen use in film and TV. Here's the one for The Martian:
But I digress. Here's the doco on The Shining:
VIEW FROM THE OVERLOOK: Crafting The Shining (30 min) Directed by Gary Leva from Gary Leva on Vimeo.