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0321831Michelangelo Antonioni was an Italian film director, screenwriter and editor who utilized a modernised approach in his work. His trilogy L\’Avventura (1960), La notte (1961), and L\’eclisse (1962) exemplified his idea of modernism in film-making and this was after his first two productions, Story of a Love Affair (1950) and The Lady Without Camelias (1953).

After his abounding success from the trilogy, Antonioni expanded his film-making to an international scale through movies such as Blow-Up (1966) in London and Zabriskie Point (1970) and The Passenger (1975) in the United States.

In this podcast, Ryan Wong will discuss more about Antonioni’s adventure through his years of film-making.

Ryan Wong is an almunus of Ngee Ann Polytechnic with a Diploma in Film, Sound & Video from The School of Film & Media Studies.

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