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Antonioni

Michelangelo (mike'land[zh]elo). born 1912, Italian film director; his films include L'Avventura (1959), La Notte (1961), Blow-Up (1966), Zabriskie Point (1970), Beyond the Clouds (1995), and Just To Be Together (2002)
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Antonioni, por su parte, decia que necesitaria al menos otro filme para explicar "Blow Up", respondiendo a los periodistas que buscaban algun significado univoco a la pelicula en el festival de Cannes.
A striking visual stylist who excelled at depicting the alienation of modern life through sparse dialogue and long takes, Antonioni enjoyed a greater following with critics and intellectuals than with general audiences.
Antonioni's films (especially those in black-and-white) are marked by a contrast between pretentious screenplays and uninteresting plots on the one hand, and stunning visual beauty on the other.
Film-lovers can attend a roundtable with experts Fabio Vighi (Cardiff University), Jacopo Benci and Luca Paci (University of Swansea) discussing Antonioni's art, which will be followed by the screening of the Italian director's masterpiece, Red Desert, starring celebrated actress Monica Vitti, and the short documentary, La cupola, by Volker Settal, which explores the time spent by Vitti and the director on the island of Sardinia, which provides some of the film's legendary backdrop.
Antonioni weeds out the blending of sound and picture and deprives his images of narrational substance, supporting stunning audiovisual incentive, a praise to the thoroughly resourceful devastation elaborated upon this place of plastic abundance.
The filmmaker's eye is also evident in the film's other documentary-like short, a series of interviews Antonioni conducted with women who -- for reasons of emotional or economic distress -- were driven to attempt suicide.
De alli, del cuento de Cortazar, Mi chelangelo Antonioni
Michelangelo Antonioni's La Notte (1961) stands as the centerpiece of the director's so-called "trilogy of alienation." It's a daunting spot to be in, between the breakthrough in international art cinema that was L'Avventura (1960), with its daring narrative and character ambiguities, and the evocative, ethereal L'Eclisse (1962), which seemed to ultimately suggest an end to ...
Podriamos clasificarlo como autor de estudiada habilidad para evocar grandes secuencias cinematograficas, algunas de sus series son de una intencionada referencia a destacados directores como Antonioni, Luis Bunuel, Luc Bresson, Alfred Hitchcock o David Lynch.
Alain Delon, qui n'a jamais recu le grand prix d'interpretation a Cannes, a joue dans quelque 90 films sous la direction de realisateurs aussi prestigieux que Melville, Visconti, Antonioni, Losey, Godard, Malle...
He welcomes esteemed journalists like Fintan O'Toole and Carol Hunt and economists such as Peter Antonioni and Trinity College's Professor Brian Lucey.