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Antonioni Centenary Essays

This collection of new essays by leading film scholars addresses Michelangelo Antonioni as a pre-eminent figure in European art cinema, explores his continuing influence and legacy, and engages with his ability to both interpret and shape ideas of modernity and modern cinema.
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On the centenary of Antonioni's birth, this volume places his work in a variety of new contexts: transnational cinema; conceptual photography; intermediality; thing theory; rubbish theory; microhistorical urbanism; the theory of the picturesque; and the theory of style.
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SKU 9781844573844
Author(s) Laura Rascaroli; John David Rhodes; Jacopo Benci; Francesco Casetti; Alexander Garcia Duttmann; David Forgacs; Roasalind Galt; Robert S.C. Gordon; Matide Nardelli; Karen Pinkus; Leonardo Quresima; Laura Rascoroli; Angelo Restivo; Karl Schoonover.
Subtitle Centenary Essays
Publisher(s) Palgrave Macmillan
Editor(s) Laura Rascaroli; John David Rhodes
Format Paperback
Original publication date 2011
Edition 1
Number of pages 325
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