Fare un film per me è vivere
Marsilio Publishers, 1996 - Biography & Autobiography - 402 pages
Following its widely acclaimed publication in France and Italy, Antonioni's writings and interviews on cinema are available here in English for the first time, in a collection which is both an homage standing of his work. Antonioni received the 1995 Academy Award for lifetime achievement.
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The architecture of vision : writings and interviews on cinemaUser Review - Book Verdict
This partial translation of a six-volume French work on director Antonioni, who won a Lifetime Achievement OscarR in 1995, collects articles by and about Antonioni in Italian and French journals, the overwhelming majority of which have never been available in English. The pieces are divided into four sections, the first two offering Antonioni's own writings and the last two offering texts of interviews by important critics and journalists. The essays are arranged chronologically in each section, helping the reader to trace the development of Antonioni's unique cinematic vision. There is some repetition, as interviewers tend to ask the same questions. But for any English-speaking scholar interested in the creator of such international masterpieces as L'avventura, Blow Up, and Red Desert, this valuable resource offers entree to material difficult to gain access to under other circumstances. Highly recommended for film collections.--Marianne Cawley, Enoch Pratt Free Lib., Baltimore
Review: The Architecture of Vision: Writings and Interviews on CinemaUser Review - Goodreads
Some beautifully written passages. Antonioni addicts such as myself should pick it up.
Making a Film is My Way of Life
A Talk with Antonioni on His Work
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