Jun 19, 2014
Often considered part of a trilogy with the much-lauded "La Notte" and "L'Avventura," Italian master filmmaker Michelangelo Antonioni's film "L'eclisse" has always felt a bit like the redheaded stepchild of the series: always the bridesmaid, never considered the masterpiece.
Shifting landscape for emotional thriller
When acclaimed screenwriter Hossein Amini set out to make his directing debut by adapting Patricia Highsmith's 1964 crime novel The Two Faces of January, he didn't look to the best-known big-screen version of the legendary crime writer's work, Anthony Minghella's The Talented Mr Ripley.
L'Eclisse (1962) (Blu-ray) Criterion Collection
Fifty years on, it's hard to credit just how earth-shatteringly seismic the shift in international film was in the 1960s, especially its first half.
Nouvelle Vague "L'eclisse" debuts in style on Criterion
DEPENDING UPON WHICH expert you listen to, "L'eclisse" was either the last in Antonioni's trilogy, which began with "L'avventura" and "La Notte," or the third in his tetralogy, which ends with "Red Desert."
Turkey to produce a film about the Armenian Genocide
Turkey will shoot a film ahead of the 100th anniversary of the Armenian Genocide in response to Armenia's plans to produce a movie starring Alain Delon , Ermenihaber reports quoting Haberturk agency.