Michelangelo Antonioni: Articles


'Blow-Up' Movie Analysis: Michelangelo Antonioni Great Work of Art

'Blow-Up' with David Hemmings and Veruschka. 'Blow-Up' movie analysis: Michelangelo Antonioni creates great work of art and philosophy Made in Great Britain in 1966, the flat-out great Blow-Up (in the U.K., Blow-Up) was Michelangelo Antonioni's first English-language effort. “Inspired” by Argentinean writer Julio Cortázar's 1959 short story Las babas del […]


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'Blow-Up' Movie Analysis: Michelangelo Antonioni Great Work of Art



'Il Grido' 1957: Michelangelo Antonioni Neorealist Classic

'Il Grido' 1957: Michelangelo Antonioni at his Neo-Realist best So much attention has been paid to Italian filmmaker Michelangelo Antonioni's films from the 1960s that his earlier Neo-Realist efforts have been overlooked – as if they represented the work of nothing more than a talented tyro. But even though Antonioni […]


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'Il Grido' 1957: Michelangelo Antonioni Neorealist Classic



Ingmar Bergman & Michelangelo Antonioni: Film Giants Died on the Same Day

Director Ingmar Bergman and his camera. Ingmar Bergman & Michelangelo Antonioni: Two film giants and their 'early / later' works Ingmar Bergman and Michelangelo Antonioni died on the same day – July 30, 2007. In the New York Times, film critic A.O. Scott remembered the two filmmakers: “The two of […]


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Ingmar Bergman & Michelangelo Antonioni: Film Giants Died on the Same Day



Michelangelo Antonioni

Michelangelo Antonioni, the film master of modern alienation, despair, and ennui, was the third important personage of world cinema to die in the last three days – Ingmar Bergman and Michel Serrault were the other two. Antonioni, who had suffered a debilitating stroke in 1985, died on Monday, July 30, […]


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Michelangelo Antonioni at LACMA

Michelangelo Antonioni retrospective at LACMA “Modernist Master: Michelangelo Antonioni,” is the Los Angeles County Museum of Art's retrospective honoring the Italian filmmaker, whose body of work includes revered classics such as the cryptic L'Avventura , the cryptic-er Blow-Up, and the cryptic-est Identification of a Woman / Identificazione di una donna […]


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Michelangelo Antonioni at LACMA