FILMOGRAPHY

  • 1947 Gente del Po (short documentary) 1948 N.U. (short documentary) 1948 Oltre l’oblio (short documentary) 1948 Roma-Montevideo (short documentary) 1949 L’amorosa menzogna (short documentary) 1949 Sette canne
    a dress (short documentary) 1949 Superstition (short documentary) 1949 Bomarzo (documentary) 1949 Girls in white (documentary) 1950 Chronicle of a love 1950 The Faloria cableway (short documentary) 1950 La villa dei mostri (short documentary) 1953 The lady without camellias 1953 The vanquished 1953 Love in the city (segment "Attempted suicide") 1955 The Friends 1957 the Cry 1960 The adventure 1961 The Night 1962 The Eclipse 1964 Red Desert 1965 The three faces (segment "The audition") 1966 Blow-Up 1970 Zabriskie Point 1972 Chung Kuo - China (documentary) 1975 the Passenger 1980 The mystery of Oberwald 1982 Identification of a Woman 1989 Kumbha Mela (short documentary) 1989 12 directors for 12 cities (documentary) (segment "Rome") 1993 Known
    Almond trees
    Vulcano
    Stromboli
    carnevale (short documentary) 1995 Beyond the Clouds 1997 Sicilia (kısa) 2004 Lo squardo di Michelangelo (short documentary) 2004 Eros (segment “The Dangerous Thread of Things”)


  • FILMS SHOWN IN FESTIVAL ON WHEELS

  • Blow-Up
    (Blow up )
    Eclipse
    (The Eclipse)
    Night
    (The night)
    Blow-Up
    (Blow Up)

Michelangelo Antonioni

Michelangelo Antonioni was born in Ferrera in 1912. As an undergraduate at the University of Bologna, he wrote theatre and film reviews for the journal, Cinema. He later attended the film school at the Centro Sperimentale. His cinema career started as a scenarist and assistant director in the early 1940’s, and in the later half of that decade, when neo-realism first began to emerge in Italian cinema, he made six distinctive short documentaries. He was 38 as he made his first fiction feature, Cronaca di un amore, in which he began to depart from the neo-realism. He used professional actors in middle-class settings and portrayed his characters withless social emphasis, and a more personal and psychological manner, stressing what he later described as spiritual aridity and moral coldness. His first film was followed by four other films in the mid-1950’s. Antonioni did not come to international prominence until 1960 when he made his masterpiece, L’Avventura. After realising significant films in Italy, he began to make films in other countries. His first film abroad was Blow-Up, which was made in Britain, based on a short story by Julio Cortazar. The film was internationally an enormous commercial suc­cess, one that Antonioni was never to repeat. He made Zabriskie Point in the United States and The Passenger, in Africa and in England. In 1995, he won a special Academy Award for his lifetime achievement in film. In the same year he directed Par Dela Les Nuages with Wim Wenders. He died in July 30th, 2007 in Rome.