Leading Italian director, Michelangelo Antonioni, attempted to capture London during the swinging sixties in his first British film, Blow-Up.
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British film directors in the early part of the 1960s never really did teen rebellion all that well. Even someone with a track record like Clive Donner, who directed Some People in 1962.
I know a few of you went to see this at the BFI when it was part of the Flipside presentation there. But what you might now know is that Some People is getting a DVD release via Network.
In Be My Guest, a family inherits a quiet hotel in Brighton, and their son (with his band) help to fill it.
Seems to be a lot of Blow-Up stuff around right now. Yesterday we spotted a Blow-Up print and today we've noticed a forthcoming book – Antonioni's Blow-Up by Philippe Garner and David Alan Mellor, which is published by Steidl. It's described as 'a fresh and stimulating study of Antonioni's masterpiece', […]
Fans of Antonioni's 60s cult classic movie Blow-Up might appreciate this Blow-Up print by The Scene. Yes, it's David Hemmings in classic photographer pose, no doubt capturing some hip young thing through his lens. This archival Giclee print is a limited edition of 25, sized at 11.7 x 16.5 inches […]