Michelangelo Antonioni

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Identification of a Woman review – Michelangelo Antonioni’s midlife crisis of a movie
Antonioni’s 1982 film, in which a sexually restless middle-aged film-maker auditions young women, feels dated but has pleasing flourishes

Peter Bradshaw

08, Sep, 2022 @6:00 AM

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Monica Vitti obituary
Star of Michelangelo Antonioni’s films in the 1960s who later turned to light comedies

John Francis Lane

02, Feb, 2022 @6:03 PM

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All About Theatre About Film: Ivo van Hove’s big-screen obsessions in focus
Europe’s in-demand theatre director is also an avid cinephile. A dizzying exhibition joins the dots between his adaptations of arthouse movies – by Antonioni, Bergman, Cassavetes and others – staged with designer Jan Versweyveld

Chris Wiegand

02, Dec, 2021 @3:27 PM

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Story of a Love Affair review – Antonioni's riveting postwar noir
The Italian director’s rereleased debut 1950 feature is a stylish study of wealth, ennui, guilt and fear - with an exceptional central performance by Lucia Bosè

Peter Bradshaw

23, Jul, 2020 @6:00 AM

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Jenny Runacre: 'I didn't want Hollywood's humiliations'
The star of Antonioni’s The Passenger talks about working with Jack Nicholson, Derek Jarman and John Cassavetes, and the cautionary tale of her friend, Last Tango actor Maria Schneider

Stuart Jeffries

03, Jan, 2019 @3:10 PM

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From Blow-Up to Bonnie and Clyde – why the 1960s is my favourite film decade
Rebellion against ‘le cinema du papa’ was the rallying cry of new waves worldwide in this golden era of studio-funded oddness

Steve Rose

30, Mar, 2018 @6:00 AM

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Jeanne Moreau: the intelligent, complex star who lit up the French New Wave
The Jules et Jim star had a world-weary presence that created a space for a new type of female actor in French film. Above all she was a great screen star

Peter Bradshaw

31, Jul, 2017 @4:06 PM

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Water and Sugar: Carlo Di Palma, The Colours of Life review – flat take on a vibrant career
The cinematographer for Antonioni and Woody Allen deserves better than this reverential profile

Wendy Ide

23, Jul, 2017 @7:00 AM

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Freedom, revolt and pubic hair: why Antonioni’s Blow-Up thrills 50 years on
The flawed but absorbing 60s movie about a photographer who unwittingly captures a murder scene still poses important questions

Anthony Quinn

10, Mar, 2017 @12:00 PM

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Being European: what does it mean?
It’s the question that lies at the heart of the EU referendum. Seven Brits tell us what makes them feel part of a larger continent

Nick Fraser

20, Mar, 2016 @9:00 AM

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L'Eclisse review – Antonioni's strange and brilliant film rereleased
Monica Vitti was never more sensual than in the story of a young woman who embarks on a doomed affair with Alain Delon’s nervy stockbroker

Peter Bradshaw

27, Aug, 2015 @9:00 PM

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Enrica Fico on her late husband Michelangelo Antonioni: ‘He was a man you could never quite reach’
Ahead of the re-release of the 1962 film L’Eclisse, the director’s widow reflects on their anguished relationship, his personal demons and her enduring loyalty

John Hooper

27, Aug, 2015 @5:22 PM

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