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Water and Sugar: Carlo Di Palma, The Colours of Life

Water and Sugar: Carlo Di Palma The Colours of Life

Directed by Fariborz Kamkari

Italy, 2016

HOME, 24 July 2017

This fine film celebrates the life and work of the great cinematographer Carlo Di Palma. 96 more words

Film Review

The nihilistic liberation of L'eclisse

Put me on the spot and force me to choose my favourite film ending ever and I’d get stuck between Antonionio’s L’eclisse or Tarkovsky’s Mirror… 1,004 more words

L'Avventura (1960)

Directed by Michelangelo Antonioni
Written by Elio Bartolini, Tonino Guerra and Michelangelo Antonioni
(number 293)

Gorgeous sixties fashions, thin and disaffected beautiful Italians and complicated relationships. 471 more words


Book PP /Chapter 4

Fade to fade, this is again a single scene chapter and an account, as it happens, of the same evening as saw Sejo-bou’s campaign and Durga’s beating. 3,545 more words

Book Pather Panchali

Festival de Cannes 70: L'Eclisse, 1962

A sunny shout-out to 70 winners at the Cannes Film Festival to celebrate the 70th event which is just around the corner – in no particular order. 157 more words


Antonioni's "Zabriskie Point": a terrible, senseless and fascinating film.

I am a firm believer that bad movies have a place in our culture and our lives. If you’re a film buff you can’t expect to like everything you see, but that’s not necessarily a bad thing, and I think we can learn a lot from truly terrible films. 1,109 more words


Blind Spot Series: Il Grido (1957)

When an Italian woman named Irma (Alida Valli) learns that her husband has died abroad, Aldo (Steve Cochran) — her lover of seven years and the father of her young daughter, Rosina (Mirna Girardi) — assumes that the two of them will finally marry; Irma has other ideas. 523 more words