Keyword : Michelangelo Antonioni
The influence of Nietzche's "power of the false" on Deleuzian temporal aesthetics, as seen in Antonioni's Professione: Reporter.
Julie Ravary praises female characters such as Monica Vitti's Claudia in ??L'Avventura?? and Alida Valli's Irma in ??Il Grido?? as exemplary of his proto-feminist treatment of women in his canon.
A reassessment of Antonioni's much maligned American produced Zabriskie Point.
Analysis of point of view and indirect subjectivity in Antonioni's tetralogy.
Analysis of Antonioni's Modernity.
A festival report on the 20th installment of the Leeds International Film Festival.
A tribute to the great Italian actresses Alida Valli, who passed away April 22, 2006.
Red Desert is the final film of Antonioni's Alienation Tetralogy, and one of the best films to depict the complex notion of neurosis and social illness.
Following up on Part 1 by looking at the effects of May 1968 on filmmakers outside of France, concentrating on Michelangelo Antonioni.
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