/manager/Index ${session.getAttribute("locale")} 5 Generative apogee and elegiac expansion: European film modernism from Antonioni to Angelopoulos /manager/Repository/uon:26768 L'avventura (1960) as a seminal moment in his development, reportedly watch­ing it thirteen times while a student in Paris during the early 1960s (cited in Archimandritis ZOIJ: 26). What exactly is it about Antonioni's work that was so formative for Angelopoulos, and how can we see its effects play out in his own subsequent films? More than simply illustrating authorial influence, by exam­ining the connections between these two filmmakers as well as some important differences, this chapter seeks to explore the ways in which, through their work, we can chart the complex development of European feature film modernism itself.]]> Tue 10 Apr 2018 11:03:39 AEST ]]> Hard clarity, vaporous ambiguity: the fusion of realism and modernism in Antonioni's early 1960s films /manager/Repository/uon:26471 Sat 24 Mar 2018 07:27:15 AEDT ]]>