Atalante can refer to:

  • 36 Atalante, an asteroid
  • L'Atalante, a 1934 French film
  • L'Atalante basin, a deep hypersaline anoxic basin in the Mediterranean sea.
  • Númenor, a fictional island in J. R. R. Tolkien's legendarium, also called "Atalantë"
  • Akallabêth, a short story by Tolkien about the Fall of Númenor, subtitled Atalantë
  • Atalante, a body style for the 1937 Bugatti Type 57 automobile

Other articles related to "atalante":

Jean Vigo - Career
... and world cinema Zéro de conduite (1933) and L'Atalante (1934) ... Thomson as "forty-four minutes of sustained, if roughly shot anarchic crescendo." L'Atalante was Vigo's only full-length feature the simple story of a newly-married couple splitting and ... Zéro de conduite was banned by the French government until after the war, and L'Atalante was mutilated by its distributor ...
Bugatti Type 57S Atalante (57502)
... The Bugatti Type 57S Atalante number 57502 is one of a batch of rare French sports coupe automobiles built in 1937 by the Bugatti company, a version of the Bugatti Type 57 ... were produced with the in-house Bugatti Atalante coupe body style (termed coachwork), (not to be confused with the Type 57 Atlantic body) ...
Bugatti Type 57 - Atalante - Rediscovered Type 57S Atalante
... chassis number 57502 built in 1937 with the Atalante coachwork for Francis Curzon, 5th Earl Howe was discovered in a private garage in Newcastle upon Tyne, having been stored ...
L'Atalante - Rediscovery and Legacy
... L'Atalante and all of Vigo's work was mostly forgotten by the late 1930s, despite L'Atalante being partially restored in 1940 ... L'Atalante and Zéro for conduct were both re-released in New York in July 1947 and received rave reviews from film critic such as James Agee, who called Vigo "one ... are very reminiscent of those from L'Atalante ...