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. Here, for the first time in English, Antonioni's writings and interviews on cinema are available in a collection which is an homage to its author and a major contribution to the appreciation of his work. The Architecture of Vision is an indispensable tool for understanding the work of a cinematic giant whose investigation of the qcrisisq of individuals and groundbreaking use of qvisual minimalismq remains unique in contemporary culture.The Architecture of Vision is an indispensable tool for understanding the work of a cinematic giant whose investigation of the aquot;crisisaquot; of individuals and groundbreaking use of aquot;visual minimalismaquot; remains unique in contemporary culture.
|Title||:||The Architecture of Vision|
|Author||:||Michelangelo Antonioni, Carlo Di Carlo, Giorgio Tinazzi, Marga Cottino-Jones|
|Publisher||:||Marsilio Pub - 1996|