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eBook The Architecture of Vision: Writings and Interviews on Cinema ePub

by Marga Cottino-Jones,Carlo Di Carlo,Giorgio Tinazzi,Michelangelo Antonioni

  • ISBN: 1568860129
  • Category: Movies
  • Subcategory: Entertainment
  • Author: Marga Cottino-Jones,Carlo Di Carlo,Giorgio Tinazzi,Michelangelo Antonioni
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Marsilio Pub (August 1, 1996)
  • Pages: 402
  • ePub book: 1804 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1936 kb
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  • Rating: 4.2
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The content of the book is quite interesting especially interviews with Antonioni. This book is required for a class I am currently taking so it is a work in progress.

ISBN-13: 978-0226021140. The content of the book is quite interesting especially interviews with Antonioni.

The Architecture of Vision provides a filmmaker’s absorbing reflections and insights on his career.

With a Preface by Carlo di Carlo and an Introduction by Giorgio Tinazzi. Or so says Michelangelo Antonioni, the legendary filmmaker behind the stark landscapes and social alienation of Blow-Up and L’Avventura, who here reveals his idiosyncratic relationship with reality in The Architecture of Vision. The Architecture of Vision provides a filmmaker’s absorbing reflections and insights on his career.

In 1940, Antonioni moved to Rome, where he worked for Cinema, the official Fascist . Michelangelo Antonioni Antonioni writings and interviews

However, Antonioni was fired a few months afterward. Antonioni then signed a deal with producer Carlo Ponti that would allow artistic freedom on three films in English to be released by MGM. The first, Blowup (1966), set in Swinging London, was a major international success. Michelangelo Antonioni Antonioni writings and interviews. Michelangelo Antonioni Bibliography in the University of California, Berkeley Library.

Michelangelo Antonioni, Carlo Di Carlo (Preface) . Marga Cottina-Jones (Preface). Giorgio Tinazzi (Introduction). This book unites Antonioni's defenses/essays of his films with interviews from the 1950s-80s to certain success if some of the content is ultimately redundant.

Michelangelo Antonioni is an Italian filmmaker who received an Academy Award for lifetime achievement in 1995.

Antonioni, Michelangelo; Cottino-Jones, Marga; Di Carlo, Carlo; Tinazzi, Giorgio The Architecture of Vision: Writings and Interviews on Cinema. ISBN 13: 9781568860169. Michelangelo Antonioni is an Italian filmmaker who received an Academy Award for lifetime achievement in 1995.

THE ARCHITECTURE OF VISION: Writings and Interviews on Cinema. Пользовательский отзыв - Kirkus. Michelangelo Antonioni was born in Italy in 1912, graduated from the University of Bologna, studied cinema in Rome, and started out in films as a critic and screenwriter. The architecture of vision : writings and interviews on cinema. When he made his first feature films in the 1950s, he broke away from the neo-realism then in vogue in Italy.

General interviews appear in the third part, "Interviews on the Cinema," where­ as "Interviews on Films" appear in the fourth.

The "Antonioni Project" was first presented in May I 988 at the XLI Cannes Film Festival as a multimedia project. It was promoted initially by the Ente Autonomo Gestione Cinema and later by Cinecitta International. General interviews appear in the third part, "Interviews on the Cinema," where­ as "Interviews on Films" appear in the fourth. All ofAntonioni's writings have been published in Italian or French, with the exception of those texts which Antonioni reserved for initial publication either in England or in the United States. The criterion for classifi­ cation within each part is chronological. The gaze and the story.

Widely acclaimed as the consummate filmmaker's filmmaker, few post-war figures in world cinema have been as influential as Michelangelo Antonioni on directors and screenwriters coming of age in the 1960s and 1970s. His 1995 Academy Award for Lifetime Achievement marks the long-overdue, official recognition of a fifty-year career of rare talent and innovation.

Or so says Michelangelo Antonioni, the legendary filmmaker behind the stark landscapes and social alienation of Blow-Up and L’Avventura, who here reveals his idiosyncratic relationship with reality in The Architecture of Vision. Through autobiographical sketches, theoretical essays, interviews, and conversations with such luminaries as Jean-Luc Godard and Alberto Moravia, this compelling volume explores the director’s unique brand of narrative-defying cinema as well as the motivations and anxieties of the man behind the camera.

This book unites Antonioni's defenses/essays of his films with interviews from the 1950s-80s to certain success if. .

This book unites Antonioni's defenses/essays of his films with interviews from the 1950s-80s to certain success if some of the content is ultimately redundant. The result is more than a bit repetitious; there are paragraphs that repeat almost verbatim, but that's the artifact of the genre.

master filmmaker of RED DESERT, BLOW-UP et al

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The book was in excellent condition and arrived quickly. The seller was very professional. I would highly recommend the seller.

The content of the book is quite interesting especially interviews with Antonioni.
This book is required for a class I am currently taking so it is a work in progress.
FireWater FireWater
As with each viewing of an Antonioni film (sans "Zabrieske Point"), the essays in this book make the reader appreciate and "understand" the films of Antonioni more.
Antonioni is a genius, and what he has to say about the process of filmmaking is essential to anyone who wishes to make a respectable film.
And for those of you are still begging to know: Antonioni explains how he made that-probably the greatest in film history-final tracking shot in "The Passenger". God, what a shot that is!