The Cinematic City:
The City and Architecture in Motion Pictures












General Works
Articles/Books about Individual Films
Bibliography of articles/books about Metropolis (Fritz Lang)
Bibliography of articles/books about Blade Runner (Ridley Scott)

Abrams, Janet
"Cine City: films en beschouwingen van de stedelijke ruimte 1895-1995 = Cine City: film and perceptions of pace 1895-1995." Archis 1994 July, n.7, p.10-12,

Adil, Alev
"Longing and (Un)belonging: Displacement and Desire in the Cinematic City." Paper from the Conference "INTER: A European Cultural Studies Conference in Sweden", organised by the Advanced Cultural Studies Institute of Sweden (ACSIS) in Norrköping 11-13 June 2007. Conference Proceedings published by Linköping University Electronic Press

Aitken S.
"Turnng the Self: City Space and SF Horror Movies." Lost in space : geographies of science fiction / edited by Rob Kitchin and James Kneale. London ; New York : Continuum, 2002.
MAIN Stack PN3433.6.L67 2002

Albrecht, Donald.
"Architecture and film: Utopia descending." Modulus 1987, no.18, p.[120]-133

Albrecht, Donald.
Designing dreams : modern architecture in the movies New York : Harper & Row, c1986.
ENVI: PN1995.9.S4 A41 1986

Albright, Deron.
"Tales of the City: Applying Situationist Social Practice to the Analysis of the Urban Drama." Criticism-A Quarterly for Literature & the Arts. 45(1):89-108. 2003 Winter

Aldrige, Henry B.
"From Delight to Disaster: Images of New York City in Feature Films. (Cinema Studies).(Brief Article)." Michigan Academician 34.1 (Spring 2002): 22(1).

AlSayyad, Nezar
"The cinematic city: between modernist utopia and postmodernist dystopia." Built environment 2000, v.26, n.4, p.268-281

AlSayyad, Nezar
Cinematic Cities: Historicizing the Modern from Reel to Real [Video]
In this lecture Nezar AlSayyad, professor of Architecture, Planning and Urban History at UCB, addresses some of the themes in his book Cinematic cities, historicizing the modern from reel to real. This event took place at the University of California, Berkeley on November 28, 2007. 30 min. DVD 9315

AlSayyad, Nezar
Cinematic urbanism : a history of the modern from reel to real New York ; London : Routledge, c2006.
MAIN: PN1995.9.C513 A47 2006
Moffitt: PN1995.9.C513 A47 2006
ENVI: PN1995.9.C513 A47 2006
Table of contents http://www.loc.gov/catdir/toc/ecip0610/2006007637.html

Anderson, Kristen
"Go West!": The Representation of Los Angeles in Silent Film Comedy." Spectator - The University of Southern California Journal of Film and Television 21:1 (Fall 2001) p. 82-90 p. 82-90
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Architecture and film
Edited by Mark Lamster. New York : Princeton Architectural Press, c2000.
Main (Gardner) Stacks PN1995.9.A695 A73 2000

"Architecture & film." [23 article special section].
Architectural Design (London, England) v. 64 (November/December 1994) p. 6-96

"Architecture + film II." [19 article special section].
Architectural Design (London, England) v. 70 no. 1 (January 2000) p. 6-96
"A special section on film and architecture. Articles include a discussion of architect Hans Polzeig's design of a complete town for the film The Golem, an examination of how Jacques Tati's film Playtime investigated modern architecture's comic and pleasurable potential, a consideration of the depiction of Los Angeles in Heat and a recent series of "Hood" films, and a discussion of the way in which the science-fiction aesthetic of a number of films that were designed over 20 years ago have influenced recent architectural designs." [Art Index]

"Architecture in moving pictures." American architect [and] the architectural review 1921 Sept. 28, v. 120, p. 219-223.

Arnett, Robert.
"The American City as Non-Place: Architecture and Narrative in the Crime Films of Michael Mann." Quarterly Review of Film & Video, Jan2010, Vol. 27 Issue 1, p44-53, 10p UC users only

Arthur, Paul.
Murder's Tongue: Identity, Death, and the City in Film Noir." In: Violence and American cinema / edited by J. David Slocum. pp: 153-75.New York: Routledge, 2001.AFI film readers.
Main Stack PN1995.9.V5.V56 2001

Arnwine, Clark
"Cityscapes : Introduction." Wide Angle: A Film Quarterly of Theory, Criticism, and Practice. 19.4 (1997) 1-7
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Arnwine, Clark (ed.). Lerner, Jesse (ed.).
"Cityscapes II." Wide Angle: A Film Quarterly of Theory, Criticism, and Practice. 20 (3): 10-221. 1998 July.
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Arouimi, Michel.
"La Rome d'Antonioni dans L'Eclipse." In: La mémoire des villes = The memory of cities / sous la direction de = edited by Yves Clavaron et Bernard Dieterle. Saint-Etienne : Publications de l'Universite de Saint-Etienne, 2003.
Environ Dsgn PN56.C55.M46 2003

Arthur, Paul
"Los Angeles as scene of the crime." Film Comment Vol. 32, Iss. 4 July/Aug 1996. p. 20-6
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"Los Angeles constitutes the very locus, spiritual font, and often the actual site of some of America's most cherished crime-movie fantasies. This is despite the fact that it is a city devoid of the topographical symbols and embedding of the past usually associated with detective narratives, especially film noir detective narratives. The writer examines what detective movies, from the postwar period to present day, have done with the ecology of L.A. and what L.A. has done with and to detective movies." [Art Abstracts]

Avila, E.
"Popular culture in the age of white flight: Film noir, Disneyland, and the cold war (sub)urban imaginary." Journal of Urban History, vol. 31, no. 1, pp. 3-22, 2004
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"This article takes popular cultural expressions as a window onto the transformation of the American city after World War II. First, it considers the film genre known as film noir as evidence of a larger perception of social disorder that ensued within the context of the centralized, modern city, which peaked at the turn of the century. Second, it turns to Disneyland as the archetypal example of a postwar suburban order, one that promised to deliver a respite from the racial and sexual upheaval that characterized the culture of industrial urbanism. Together, film noir and Disneyland illuminate the meanings assigned to the structural transformation of the mid-century American city and reveal the cultural underpinnings of a grass-roots conservatism that prized white suburban home ownership. Ultimately, this article emphasizes the interplay of structure and culture, demonstrating the linkage between how cities are imagined and how they are made." [Communications Abstracts]

Baldocci, R., et. al.,
"Thirty years later: the city in science fiction films." Domus no. 800 (January 1998) p. 100-8
An illustrated overview of images of cities and towns used in science-fiction motion pictures from 1926 to 1997.

Ball, Edward.
"The Cinematic city." Metropolis 1987 Apr., v.6, no.8, p.56-59,65,67

Banks, M. J.
"Monumental Fictions: National Monument as a Science Fiction Space." Journal of Popular Film and Television v. 30 no. 3 (Fall 2002) p. 136-45
"Part of a special issue on fantastic films. The writer examines the symbolism of national monuments in this speculative genre. She notes that actual monuments or public architecture imbued with monumental importance work as metonyms of civic pride and power, as well as tacitly understood repositories of the country's "sacred" memories. As such, she claims that monuments are uniquely qualified to figure prominently in the "aesthetic of destruction." She explains that in movies such as Independence Day, the monument's facile destruction testifies to the great power of an alien race bent on bringing the nation or the world to its knees. She also analyzes a subgenre in which the monument is a signifier of the ravages brought about by time instead of aliens." [Art Index]

Barbara, Kathleen M.
"To the Rescue: The Cinematic Superhero and the Image of the City." In: The image of the city in literature, media, and society ; selected papers [from the] 2003 conference [of the] Society for the Interdisciplinary Study of Social Imagery / edited by Will Wright and Steven Kaplan. Pueblo, Co.: The Society, 2003
MAIN: PN56.C55 S63 2003

Barber, Stephen
Projected cities London : Reaktion Books, 2002.
UCB MAIN: PN1995.9.C513 B36 2002

Barnes, Sanford D.
"The cinema architect." American architect [and] the architectural review 1923 Feb. 14, v. 123, n. 2413, p. 169-172.

Barnfield, Graham
"Hollywood's Noir Detours: Unease in the Mental Megalopolis." Architectural Design (London, England) v. 76 no. 1 ([January/February] 2006) p. 104-7
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"Part of a special section devoted to man-made modular megastructures. The film noir produced by Hollywood between 1941 and 1958 presented the image of a mental megalopolis. Hollywood's entertainment of urban audiences was often paradoxical, creating a negative counterpoint to modern life. This was especially so in film noir, a morbid melodrama reminding audiences of the dark side of prosperity and which contrasted with the big-budget Hollywood celebration of the American way. The writer goes on to discuss examples from film noir, the "neo-noir" revival that began in the mid-1970s, and the present day." [Art Index]

Beattie, Keith
"From City Symphony to Global City Film: Documentary Display and the Corporeal." Screening the Past, no. 20, 2006
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Belo Reyes, Paulo
"Cidades do Futuro no Cinema." Teorema, vol. 4, pp. 49-53, December 2003.

Beng Huat Chua.
"Tropics, city and cinema: Introduction to the special issue on cinematic representation of the tropical urban/city." Singapore Journal of Tropical Geography, Mar2008, Vol. 29 Issue 1, p1-7, 7p
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Benjamin, A. E.
"At home with replicants: the architecture of Blade runner." Architectural Design (London, England) v. 64 (November/December 1994) p. 22-5
"Part of a special section on architecture and motion pictures. The writer discusses the interplay of film and architecture in Ridley Scott's Blade Runner. The chronological setting of the movie, its urban location, and the presence of replicants--an advanced form of robot--connect history, in the form of the future; architecture, in the form of Los Angeles and its urban environment; and the body, for example, in terms of the necessity to distinguish between replicant and human. The importance of this movie is that it allows a way of tracing a specific formation of these three elements, raising questions about the future and how it will be built." [Art Index]

Benton, L.
"Will the Reel/Real Los Angeles Please Stand Up?" Urban Geography 16, 144-164. 1995.

Bertozzi, Marco
"Visualising the past: the Italian city in early cinema." Film History Vol XII nr 3 (2000); p 322-329
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Explores the representation of Italian cities from the Lumière's travel films to Italian actualities and fiction films.

Binh, N. T.; Garbarz, Franck (collaborator)
"Paris au cinéma." c, vol. 535, pp. 27-29, Fall 2004.

Bollerey, Franziska
Mythos Metropolis : die Stadt als Sujet fur Schriftsteller, Maler und Regisseure = The city as a motif for writers, painters and film directors Berlin : Gebr. Mann, 2006.
ENVI: NX650.C66 B655 2006

Borden, Iain
"Material sounds: Jacques Tati and modern architecture." Architectural design 2000 Jan., v.70, n.1, p.[26]-31, I

Bridges, A., et. al.
"On architectural design in virtual environments" [principles of architecture and cinema in the design of spatial entities]. Design Studies v. 18 (April 1997) p. 143-54
"In order to inform the design of virtual environments (VEs), the writers consider architectural design and film theory. These two domains, they suggest, may constitute a background to consider possible metaphors for VEs' design. Through the nature of drawings and virtual environments as means of representing three-dimensional spaces, they explore the relation between architecture and virtual reality technology. They then compare VEs and physical environments to our daily spatial experience in order to understand the intrinsic nature of VEs. This step is, they argue, essential in helping toward an understanding of how an architectural conception of designing spaces might be developed in the context of VEs. In conclusion, they present two directions toward informing VE design by means of theoretical and practical architectural design knowledge and consider the use of film-related studies as a means of enhancing our conception of time and movement in VEs." [Art Index]

Brooke S, Cameron L.
"Anarchy in the UK? Ideas of the city and the fin de siecle in contemporary English film and literature." Albion 28 (4): 635-656 WIN 1996

Brooker, Peter.
Modernity and metropolis : writing, film, and urban formations New York : Palgrave, 2002.
UCB MAIN: PN56.C55 B76 2002

Bruno, Giuliana.
Atlas of emotion : journeys in art, architecture, and film / Giuliana Bruno. London ; New York : Verso, 2002.
UCB MAIN Stack NX440.B78 2002

Bruno, Giuliana.
"Site-Seeing: Architecture and the Moving Image." Wide Angle: A Film Quarterly of Theory, Criticism, and Practice. 19 (4): 9-24. 1997 Oct
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Bruno, Giuliana.
"Streetwalking around Plato's Cave." October, Vol. 60. (Spring, 1992), pp. 110-129.
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Bruno, Giuliana.
Streetwalking on a ruined map : cultural theory and the city films of Elvira Notari Princeton, N.J. : Princeton University Press, c1993.
Table of contents: http://www.loc.gov/catdir/toc/prin031/92016113.html
UCB MAIN: PN1998.3.N68 B7 1993

Bruno, Giuliana.
"Visual Studies: Four Takes on Spatial Turns." Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians v. 65 no. 1 (March 2006) p. 23-4
"Part of a special section on learning from architectural history. The intersection of urban culture, architecture, and film is an extremely fertile and productive area of research. After decades of literary domination, the field of cinema studies has joined in the spatial turn that cultural history and theory have recently taken. In turn, architectural practice and theory have adopted a mobilized, cinematic viewpoint, interacting in various ways with the discourse of moving images. The writer goes on to present four filmic "takes" on this vital intersection from her own perspective, discussing the topics of history and modernity, spatial critical theory, filmic and architectural promenades, and haptic design." [Art Index]

Brunsdon, Charlotte
"'A fine and private place': the cinematic spaces of the London Underground." Screen 2006 47(1):1-17
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"This article explores the attraction of underground railways as a setting in film through the detailed analysis of several films from the second half of the twentieth century. Opening with a discussion of the way the London Underground is used in the 1997 Ian Softley film, The Wings of the Dove, the article examines the cinematic spaces of the London Underground in both fiction and documentary film and television. Quatermass and the Pit (Roy Ward Baker, 1967) is discussed as an example of the one of the most common underground tropes, the eruption of horror from below ground, and this is contrasted with documentary films which present the tunnels of the underground as a place of work. Films discussed here include Philip Donellan's The Irishmen, Ralph Keene's Under Night Streets and Molly Dineen's Angel. It is suggested that the spaces of the underground are in some ways more analogous to cinematic spaces than has hitherto been recognised and that, for a public space, it is often represented as surprisingly private."

Brunsdon, Charlotte
"Contemporary British Cinema: London Films: From Private Gardens to Utopian Moments." Cineaste 26:4 (Fall 2001) p. 43-46
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Brunsdon, Charlotte.
London in cinema : the cinematic city since 1945 / Charlotte Brunsdon. London : BFI, 2007.
Main (Gardner) Stacks PN1995.9.L57 B78 2007

Brunsdon, Charlotte
"The Poignancy of Place: London and the Cinema." Visual Culture in Britain v5 2004

Brunsdon, Charlotte
"Space in the British Crime Film." In: British crime cinema / edited by Steve Chibnall and Robert Murphy. London ; New York : Routledge, 1999.
MAIN Stack PN1995.9.G3.B72 1999

Bukatman, Scott
"The Syncopated City: New York in Musical Film (1929-1961)." p. 8-23 Spectator - The University of Southern California Journal of Film and Television 18:1 (Fall-Winter 1997) p. 8-23
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Bute, Mary Ellen.
"The city viewed: the films of Leyda, Browning, and Weinberg." In: Lovers of cinema : the first American film avant-garde, 1919-1945 / edited by Jan-Christopher Horak. Madison, Wis. : University of Wisconsin Press, c1995. Wisconsin studies in film.
UCB MAIN Stack PN1995.9.E96.L68 1995

Carroll, Ann Marie
"Architecture and Film." I D. New York: Nov 2000. Vol. 47, Iss. 7; p. 104
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Casavola, Massimo.
L'attore di pietra : l'architettura moderna italiana nel cinema / Massimo Casavola, Luisa Presicce, [Torino] : Testo & immagine, 2001.
Main (Gardner) Stacks NA1118 .C275 2001

Christopher, Nicholas.
Somewhere in the night : film noir and the American city New York : Free Press, c1997.
ENVI: PN1995.9.F54 C54 1997
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Moffitt PN1995.9.F54 C54 1997

Cinema and the city : film and societies in a global context
Edited by Mark Shiel and Tony Fitzmaurice. Published: Oxford, UK ; Malden, Mass. : Blackwell Publishers, 2001.
UCB ENVI: PN1995.9.C513 C45 2001
UCB MAIN: PN1995.9.C513 C45 2000
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Cinema at the city's edge : film and urban networks in East Asia
Edited by Yomi Braester and James Hong Kong : Hong Kong University Press, c2010.
Contents:Introduction: The city's edge / James Tweedie and Yomi Braester -- Interlude 1: Arriving in the city; touring the city; watching the city / Yomi Braester -- Affective spaces in Hong Kong / Chinese cinema / Ackbar Abbas -- Ghost towns / Dudley Andrew -- Interlude 2: Workspace / James Tweedie -- Taipei as Shinjuku's other / Emilie Yueh-yu Yeh -- City of youth, ocean of death: Taiyo-zoku on the edge of an island / Yiman Wang -- Interlude 3: Neon / James Tweedie -- Transfiguring the postsocialist city: experimental image-making in contemporary China / Zhang Zhen -- Noir looks and the flash of transgression: trauma and the city's edge(s) in A bittersweet life / Susie Jie Young Kim -- Technology and (Chinese) ethnicity / Darrell William Davis -- Interlude 4: In the name of the city / Yomi Braester -- Imaging the globalized city: Rem Koolhaas, U-thèque, and the Pearl River Delta / Chris Berry -- At the center of the outside: Japanese cinema nowhere / Akira Mizuta Lippit.
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Le cinéma dans la cité / [sous la direction de Gérard Cladel ... et al. ; postface de Patrice Leconte]. Paris : Kiron/Félin, c2001.

Main (Gardner) Stacks PN1993.5.F7 C47885 2001

The cinematic city
Edited by David B. Clarke. London ; New York : Routledge, 1997.
UCB ENVI: PN1995.9.C513 C46 1997
UCB MAIN: PN1995.9.C513 C46 1997
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Cinematic Cities: Historicizing the Modern from Reel to Real [Videorecording]
In this lecture Nezar AlSayyad, professor of Architecture, Planning and Urban History at UCB, addresses some of the themes in his book Cinematic cities, historicizing the modern from reel to real. This event took place at the University of California, Berkeley on November 28, 2007. 30 min.
Media Resources Center DVD 9315

Cinepolitans : inhabitants of a filmic city
[guest exhibition curators, Michael Lee Hong Hwee, Tan Singapore : Michael Lee Hong Hwee, 2003.
Environmental Design NA2588 .C56 2003

Cites-cines. [Paris?] : Editions Ramsay, 1987.
UCB MAIN: PN1995.9.C513 C5 1988

Cities in transition : the moving image and the modern metropolis
Edited by Andrew Webber and Emma Wilson. London : Wallflower, 2008.
Main (Gardner) Stacks PN1995.9.C513 C57 2008

"The city and cinema." East-West Film Journal Vol III nr 1 (Dec 1988); p 1-123
Incl. articles of depictions of the city in science-fiction films; Tokyo's portrayal in Japanese features; absurdism in Chinese urban dramas; the reflection of city life in the pacing of much Indian cinema; Korean portrayals of Seoul; New York in "Zelig" and Sao Paulo in "Macunaima".

City flicks: cinema, urban worlds and modernities in India and beyond
Edited by Preben Kaarsholm. Denmark : International Development Studies, Roskilde University, 2002. Occasional paper, no. 22 Occasional paper (Roskilde universitetscenter. International Development Studies) ; no. 22.
MAIN: PN1995.9.C513 C54 2002
Contents: Unreal city : cinematic representation, globalisation and the ambiguities of metropolitan life / Preben Kaarsholm -- The city and the real : Chinnamul and the left cultural movement in the 1940s / Moinak Biswas -- Reading the city, reading the film : remarks on a theme in Balazs, Krakauer and Benjamin / Peter Larsen -- Reading a song of the city : images of the city in literature and films / Sudipta Kaviraj -- Realism and fantasy in representations of metropolitan life in Indian cinema / M. Madhava Prasad -- A close up on Salman Rushdie's Midnight's children / Martin Zerlang -- The "Bollywoodisation" of the Indian cinema : cultural nationalism in a global arena / Ashish Rajadhyaksha -- Bollywood in diasporas : in the tracks of a twice-displaced community / Manas Ray and Madhuja Mukherjee -- Colonialism and the built space of cinema in Nigeria / Brian Larkin -- Indian cinema in Durban : egregation, business and the visions of identity from the 1950s to the 1970s / Vashna Jagarnath -- The exhilaration of dread : genre, narrative form and film style in contemporary urban action films / Ravi S. Vasudevan -- Vigilantism and the pleasures of masquerade : the female spectator of Vijayasanthi films / Tejaswini Niranjana.

City images : perspectives from literature, philosophy, and film /
Edited by Mary Ann Caws. New York : Gordon and Breach, c1991.
MAIN Stack PN56.C55.C5 1991

City that never sleeps : New York and the filmic imagination
Edited by Murray Pomerance. New Brunswick, N.J. : Rutgers University Press, c2007.
Full-text of this book available online [UC Berkeley users only]
Main Stack PN1995.9.N49.C58 2007

City that never sleeps : New York and the filmic imagination
Edited by Murray Pomerance. New Brunswick, N.J. : Rutgers University Press, c2007.
Full text available online (UCB users only)
Main (Gardner) Stacks PN1995.9.N49 C58 2007

"Cityscapes II." [13 article special issue]. Wide Angle v. 20 no. 3 (July 1998) p. 1-221
"Part of a special issue exploring film and video in relation to architecture and pace. An introduction to the issue, which contains articles dealing with the city and its representations through moving images. Cinematic representation has changed alongside emergent urbanism in the 20th century, depicting these shifts in topography and human constitution and to some extent affecting them. Southern California can be taken as a paradigm for a different kind of urbanism--one increasingly dependent on the automobile, sprawling, and decentered. Moreover, Los Angeles is both a global center for media industries that increasingly affect contemporary life and the location of vigorous--though critically overlooked--"underground" film and video communities. The articles in this issue approach "Los Angeles" as a problem of representation, a site of film production, a tradition within the American avant-garde, and a kind of urban development under the influence of filmic representations." [Art Index]

La ciudad en la literatura y el cine : aspectos de la representación de la ciudad en la producción literaria y cinematográfica en español / Joan Torres-Pou, Santiago Juan-Navarro (eds.). Barcelona : PPU, 2009.
Main (Gardner) Stacks PQ6073.C56 C58 2009

Clapp, James A.
"It was the city killed the beast:" nature, technophobia, and the cinema of the urban future." Journal of urban technology 2003 Dec., v.10, n.3, p.1-18, ISSN 1063-0732.

Clapp, James A.
"'Are You Talking to Me?'--New York and the Cinema of Urban Alienation." Visual Anthropology, 18: 1-18, 2005

Claydon, A.
"CityScope: Cinema and the City." GBER, vol. 5, no 1.

Conley, Tom
"La Cinéaste de la vie moderne: Paris as Map in Film, 1924-34." In: Parisian fields / edited by Michael Sheringham. London, UK : Reaktion Books, 1996.
Main Stack DC715.P257 1996

Conley. Tom
"Locations of Film Noir." Cartographic Journal, Feb2009, Vol. 46 Issue 1, p16-23, 8p
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Cowan, Susanne
"The gendered architecture of the home in cinematic space." Built environment 2000, v.26, n.4, p.303-315, I

Damrau, Karin.
"Fantastic spatial combinations in film." Architectural design 2000 Jan., v.70, n.1, p.[58]-61,

Das Gupta, Chidananda
"The Rural Base of an Urban Phenomenon." East-West Film Journal, vol. 3, no. 1, pp. 88-96, December 1988.

Dercle, Julie Drapkin
Cinema and architecture : towards understanding the cinematic sense of place and its relationship to the built environmentThesis (Ph.D. in Architecture)--University of California, Berkeley, May 1992.
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Desmazieres, Catherine.
"New York Dans Le Cinema De Science-Fiction: Le Personnage De L'alien Dans Sa Relation A La Ville." Transl/Info: [New York in the cinema of science fiction: the personage of the alien in relation to the city]. Revue Franc¸aise d'Etudes Américaines [France] 1993 (56): 163-174.
"Science fiction films show New York City through the eyes of a foreigner, an "alien," be it an extraterrestrial, an earthly monster, or a super-hero. The alien's presence in the city underscores the shortcomings of civilization - New York is ridden by violence, crime, and corruption - while reinforcing the mythical appeal of the world's most recognizable city. The various images of New York on the screen actually give us a glimpse of the "real" city, as the cinema blends all visions into a unique, multisided, mythical entity, a city that draws its reality from the fiction that invents it." [America: History and Life]

Desser, David.
"Race, Space and Class: The Politics of Cityscapes in Science-Fiction Films." In: Alien zone II: the spaces of science-fiction cinema Edited by Kuhn. pp: 80-96. London; New York: Verso, 1999.
UCB MAIN PN1995.9.S26 A8184 1999 1999

Dimendberg, Edward.
Film noir and the spaces of modernity / Edward Dimendberg. Cambridge, Mass. : Harvard University Press, 2004.
MAIN Stack PN1995.9.F54.D56 2004
Moffitt PN1995.9.F54.D56 2004

Dimendberg, Edward.
"From Berlin to Bunker Hill: pace, Late Modernity, and Film Noir in Fritz Lang's and Joseph Losey's M." Wide Angle 19.4 (1997) 62-93
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Dissanayake, Wimal (ed. & introd.)
"Special Issue on the City and Cinema." East-West Film Journal, vol. 3, no. 1, December 1988.

Donald, James
"The City, The Cinema: Modern Spaces." In: Visual culture / edited by Chris Jenks. London ; New York : Routledge, 1995.
Environ Dsgn NX458.V57 1995
Grad Svcs NX458.V57 1995

Donald, James
"Talking the talk, walking the walk." Screen (London, England) v. 40 no. 3 (Aut 1999) p. 295-303
"A report on "Cinema and the City," a conference held at University College, Dublin, in March 1999, and a review of Anke Gleber's new book The Art of Taking a Walk. The conference featured three keynote speeches addressing, among other things, the history of the Irish film censors, the filmic role of Bunker Hill in Los Angeles, and the question of cinema and architecture. The event was made particularly valuable by the provocative connections that were made, which included the implication that architects could gain from careful consideration of film a far better understanding of the resonances of space and the profane, inventive semiotics of pedestrian movement. The issue of the arts and analytics of walking is also relevant to a reading of Gleber's book, which deals with flanerie as a mode of perception unique to, and expressive of, modernity. The writer discusses Gleber's account of a scene in Walter Ruttmann's film Berlin: the Symphony of the City, arguing that it demonstrates the productivity of thinking the city through cinema." [Art Index]

Donald, Stephanie.
Tourism and the branded city : film and identity on the Pacific Rim. Aldershot, England ; Burlington, VT : Ashgate, c2007.
ANTH: G155.C55 D66 2007
Table of contents http://www.loc.gov/catdir/toc/ecip0712/2007009694.html

Dorinson, Joseph
"New York City." In: The Columbia companion to American history on film : how the movies have portrayed the American past / edited by Peter C. Rollins. New York : Columbia University Press, c2003.
Media Center PN1995.9.U64.C65 2003
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Dowdell, Jennifer
"The landscape of film: landscape architecture plays a role in a film about the cost and consequence of development." Landscape architecture 2002 Oct., v.92, n.10, p.44,

Desser, David
"Race, Space and Class: The Politics of Cityscapes in Science-Fiction Films." In: Alien zone II : the spaces of science-fiction cinema / edited by Annette Kuhn. London ; New York : Verso, 1999.
MAIN Stack PN1995.9.S26.A8184 1999

Droege, Peter .
"Cine-city." Places 1988, v.5, no.3, p.[76-77]

Edmonds, Lisa N.
"Cities on the Edge of Forever: Urban Images of the Future in Film." In: The image of the city in literature, media, and society ; selected papers [from the] 2003 conference [of the] Society for the Interdisciplinary Study of Social Imagery / edited by Will Wright and Steven Kaplan. Pueblo, Co.: The Society, 2003
MAIN: PN56.C55 S63 2003

Farish, Matthew
"Cities in shade: urban geography and the uses of noir." In: Environment and Planning D: Society and Space 2005 Feb., v.23, n.1, p.95-118, ISSN 0263-7758.
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"This paper historicizes American cities after the Second World War through the rich motif of noir literature and film. But, in doing so, the paper is also a critical consideration of noir's work in tudies. Noir has been drawn, often usefully but also unfortunately, away from its referents, from the terrain that it most directly summons but also from the spaces in which its contradictions are most apparent. Moving from a discussion of the distractions of Chinatown to contextual themes such as mobility and ruin, the paper links noir criticism and noir texts with broader debates in postwar urbanism and modernism. As just part of these discourses, noir not only is irreducible to certain essences, but can potentially perform the opposite role, challenging conventions of urban understanding and practice. The result would be a more detailed and subtle account of modernism's American geographies."

Film architecture : set designs from Metropolis to Blade Runner /
Edited by Dietrich Neumann ; with essays by Donald ... Munich ; New York : Prestel, c1996.
Environ Dsgn PN1995.9.S4.F55 1996
MAIN Stack PN1995.9.S4.F55 1996

Fischer, Lucy
"City of Women: Busby Berkeley, Architecture, and pace." Cinema Journal, vol. 49, no. 4, pp. 111-130, 2010 Summer
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This essay considers issues of the cinema, architecture, women, and the city by focusing on several production numbers directed by Busby Berkeley that are set within an urban environment: 'Lullaby of Broadway' (1935), '42nd Street' (1933), and 'I Only Have Eyes for You' (1934). Beyond reading the city's space and architecture as a gendered topos, the essay gestures toward connections between Berkeley's Hollywood productions and the history of French, Soviet, and German avant-garde cinemas.

Fishbein, Leslie.
"From Sodom to Salvation: The Image of New York City in Films about Fallen Women, 1899-1934." New York History. 70(2):171-90. 1989 Apr

Flickinger, Brigitte
"Cinemas in the City: Berlin's Public Space in the 1910s and 1920s." Film Studies Volume 10, SPRING 2007, pp 72-86
"In the early years of the cinema and into the 1910s and 1920s, it was less the film than cinema-going itself that attracted urban publics. In this era, people were enthusiastic about technology and the achievements ofm modernity; while at the same time they felt anxious about the rapid and radical changes in their social and economic life. IN Germany, this contradictory experience was especially harsh and perceptible in the urban metropolis of Berlin. The article demonstrates how within city life, Berlin cinemas - offering the excitement of innovation as well as optimal distraction and entertainment - provided an pace where, by cinema-going, appeal and uncertainty could be positively reconciled."

Foot, John M.
"Cinema and the city. Milan and Luchino Visconti's Rocco and his Brothers (1960)." Journal of Modern Italian Studies, 4(2), (1999), pp. 209-235.
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Fortin, David Terrance.
Architecture and science-fiction film : Philip K. Dick and the spectacle of home / David T. Fortin. Farnham, Surrey [England] ; Burlington, VT : Ashgate, c2011.
Environmental Design PN1995.9.S26 F67 2011
Contents: Science-fiction, architecture, and home. Defining science-fiction: Darko Suvin and the Genre -- The future and home -- Postfutursim and shifting notions of home -- Learning from Dick: Architectural perspectives on SF -- Re-visioning home in Dick-inspired films. Killing home: Blade Runner's strange obsessions and omissions -- Relinquishing home: Identity through architectural "otherness" -- Resurrecting home: Scattered boundaries and domestic-city in minority report -- Becoming home: identities, insects, and the dirty dwelling dilemma -- Go home -- I'm home -- becoming home: Architecture and grammar in SF.

Foster, David William.
Mexico City in contemporary Mexican cinema Austin : University of Texas Press, 2002.
BANC: PN1993.5.M4 F67 2002; Storage Info: W 176 249 Non-circulating; may be used only in The Bancroft Library.

Freire-Medeiros, B.
"Hollywood Musicals and the Invention of Rio de Janeiro, 1933-1953." Cinema Journal v. 41 no. 4 (Summer 2002) p. 52-67

Friedberg, A.
"Urban mobility and cinematic visuality: the screens of Los Angeles--endless cinema or private telematics." Journal of Visual Culture v. 1 no. 2 (August 2002) p. 183-204
"The writer discusses how the postwar movie screens of Los Angeles negotiated the materiality and mobility of the automobile driver and the immateriality and stasis of the spectatorial experience. The writer considers screens as component pieces of architecture, virtual windows that render the wall permeable to light and "ventilation" in new ways and that dramatically change the materialities of built space." [Art Index]

Friedman, Regine-Mihal
"'Capitals of Sorrow': From Metropolis to Brazil." Utopian Studies; 1993, Vol. 4 Issue 2, p35, 9p
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Gallagher, Jessica
"The Limitation of pace in Thomas Arslan's Berlin Trilogy." Seminar: A Journal of Germanic Studies, vol. 42, no. 3, pp. 337-52, 2006 Sept
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Gan, Wendy.
"The Hong Kong Local on Film: Re-Imagining the Global" Jump Cut: A Review of Contemporary Media 49 (2007 Spring): (no pagination).

Gandini, Leonardo
"Il cinema e la citta: La stilizzazione del contesto urbano." Revista di Studi Anglo-Americani, vol. 6, no. 8, pp. 269-76, 1990.

GEO/GRAPHIES: mapping the imagination in French and Francophone literature and film / edited by Freeman G. Henry. Amsterdam : Rodopi, 2003. French literature series ; v. 30
MAIN Stack PQ145.6.S34.G46 2003

Georgiadis, Nikos
"Architectural experience as discourse of the (un)filmed." Architectural Design (London, England) v. 64 (November/December 1994) p. 26-33
"Part of a special section on architecture and motion pictures. The writer discusses the relationship between architecture "as discourse" and the discursive experience of film. The writer attempts to rediscover architectural experience in terms of real spatial processes that can appear as operational difficulties within film; these filmic difficulties include the filmability of the city as a question of politics of spatial experience, which is highlighted as both a locus of film critique and an encounter with architecture. Scenes from three Greek movies are selected to exemplify spatial experience symptomatically to the film event and to the directing intentions of the films from which they were taken. The psychoanalytic concept of the Imaginary as a formative and dialectical instance for subjectivity is also discussed to enable a critical understanding of the image across film and architecture beyond the visual/countervisual paradigm." [Art Index]

Geography, the media & popular culture
Edited by Jacquelin Burgess and John R. Gold. London : Croom Helm, c1985.
UCB MAIN Stack GF41.G41 1985

Gill, Brendan
"Movies and architecture." Film Comment Vol X nr 4 (July-Aug 1974); p 28-29
The different uses of architecture in films as comment, as background and as documentation of the appearance of cities at different times.

Giovannini, Joseph
"Tarantino's Los Angeles: roadside noir." (director Quentin Tarantino) (Living Arts Pages) . The New York Times, Dec 30, 1997 v147 pB1(N) col 3 (29 col in).

Gladstone, Valerie
"Dream builders: Film architecture, set designs from 'Metropolis' to 'Blade runner'." ARTnews v. 95 (February 1996) p. 39-40
A new exhibition illustrates the intimate way in which architecture, film, and urban planning relate to one another. "Film Architecture: Set Designs from Metropolis to Blade Runner" debuted at Brown University's David Winton Bell Gallery in Providence, Rhode Island, and features 140 items, including sets, drawings, models, photos, film clips, and statements.

Gleber, Anke.
"Female Flanerie and the Symphony of the City." In: Women in the metropolis : gender and modernity in Weimar culture / edited by Katharina von Ankum. pp: 67-88. Berkeley : University of California Press, c1997. Weimar and now ; 11
MAIN Stack HQ1623.W66 1997 1997

Gleber, Anke.
"Women on the Screens and Streets of Modernity: In Search of the Female Flaneur." In: The image in dispute : art and cinema in the age of photography / edited by Dudley Andrew 1st ed. pp: 55-85. Austin : University of Texas Press, 1997.
MAIN Stack TR183.I45 1997

Global cities : cinema, architecture, and urbanism in a digital age /
Edited by Linda Krause and Patrice Petro. New Brunswick, N.J. : Rutgers University Press, 2003.
Full-text of this book available online via ebrary [UC Berkeley users only]
ENVI: NX650.C66 G58 2003
Table of contents http://www.loc.gov/catdir/toc/fy038/2002152301.html

Gold, John Robert
"From Metropolis to The city: film visions of the future city, 1919-1939." In Geography, the media & popular culture / edited by Jacquelin Burgess and John R. Gold.p. 123-43 London : Croom Helm, c1985.
UCB MAIN Stack GF41.G41 1985

Gold, John Robert
"Under darkened skies: the city in science-fiction film." Geography Oct 2001 v86 i4 p337(9)

Goldberger, Paul
"Architectural visions, celluloid frames; from 'Metropolis' in 1926 to the Gotham City of 'Batman,' films have shown audiences what is lovable about cities and what is scary." (set design in motion pictures) The New York Times Jan 7, 1996 v145 s2 pH11(N) pH11(L) col 1 (34 col in)

Graf, Alexander
"Paris - Berlin - Moscow: On the Montage Aesthetic in the City Symphony Films of the 1920s." Avant Garde Critical Studies, Avant-Garde Film. Edited by Alexander Graf and Dietrich Scheunemann , pp. 77-91(15)
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Graf, M.
"Border crossings - City experiences in Latin American and U.S. literature, film and and music since 1960." Iberoromania (52): 132-135 2000

Grafy, Julian.
"Urban Legends: Ten Cities That Shook Cinema." Sight & Sound. 11(6):26-29. 2001 June

Grigor, Murray .
"Space in time: filming architecture." Architectural design 1994 Nov.-Dec., v.64, n.11-12, p.[16]-21,

Grossvogel, David I.
Scenes in the city : film versions of Manhattan before 9/11 / David I. Grossvogel. New York : P. Lang, c2003. Framing film ; v. 6
MAIN Stack PN1995.9.N49.G76 2003

Gunning, Tom
"Invisible Cities, Visible Cinema: Illuminating Shadows in Late Film Noir." Comparative Critical Studies. Volume 6, Page 319-332
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Haenni, Sabine
"Geographies of Desire: Postsocial pace and Historical Revision in the Films of Martin Scorsese." Journal of Film and Video, vol. 62, no. 1, pp. 67-85, 2010 Spring
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Hahn, Mira Susana.
Vanishing cities/becoming cities : developing negatives from reel cities
Thesis (M.A. in City Planning)--University of California, Berkeley, Spring 2003.
MAIN: 308t 2003 77
ENVI: NA25.52.2003 H246

Hallam, Julia.
"Film, space and place: researching a city in film." New Review of Film & Television Studies, Sep2010, Vol. 8 Issue 3, p277-296, 20p
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Halper, Thomas; Muzzio, Douglas
" Hobbes in the City: Urban Dystopias in American Movies." Journal of American Culture; Dec2007, Vol. 30 Issue 4, p379-390, 12p
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Hare, William
L.A. noir: nine dark visions of the City of Angels Jefferson, N.C. : McFarland, c2004.
MAIN: PN1995.9.F54 H39 2004
MOFF: PN1995.9.F54 H39 2004; PFA : PN1995.9.F54 H39 2004;
Table of contents http://www.loc.gov/catdir/toc/ecip0414/2004002806.html

Heathcote, Edwin.
"Modernism as enemy: film and the portrayal of modern architecture." Architectural design 2000 Jan., v.70, n.1, p.[20]-25,

Heathcote, Edwin.
"Sci-fi modernism, space age retro." Architectural design 2000 Mar., v.70, n.2, p.[74]-83.

Heldreth, Leonard G.
"Architecture, duality, and personality: mise-en-scene and boundaries in Tim Burton's films." In: Trajectories of the fantastic : selected essays from the Fourteenth International Conference on the Fantastic in the Arts / edited by Michael A. Morrison. Westport, Conn. : Greenwood Press, 1997.
MAIN: NX650.F36 T7 1997

Higbee, William
"Screening the 'other' Paris: cinematic representations of the French urban periphery in La Haine and Ma 6-T Va Crack-er." Modern and Contemporary France 9:2, 197 - 208, 2001
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Highmore, Ben
Cityscapes: cultural readings in the material and symbolic city Basingstoke, Hampshire ; New York : Palgrave Macmillan, 2005.
ENVI: HT151 .H474 2005

Higley, S.L.
"A Taste for Shrinking: Movie Miniatures and the Unreal City." Camera Obscura no. 47 (2001) p. 1-35
"The writer examines the reception of the illusion created by miniatures in seven films: Fritz Lang's Metropolis, David Butler's Just Imagine, Ridley Scott's Blade Runner, Tim Burton's Batman and Edward Scissorhands, and Alex Proyas's The Crow and Dark City. In each of these films, on which thousands or millions of dollars were spent on elaborate miniature photography, viewers are treated to an aerial vista of a city into which they descend along with the protagonists. While the express ambition of the effects artists is to provide an illusion of a believable city viewed from above, the full pleasure of the film relies on its being seen as a set to be gazed at, beyond anything that either Disneyland or the 1939 World's Fair could offer. Rather than menacing viewers, the filmic miniature permits them to disarm and colonize troubling cultural spaces in what it suggests and omits of America's actual inner-city problems." [Art Index]

Higson, Andrew
"Space, place, spectacle." Screen Vol XXV nr 4-5 (July-Oct 1984); p 2-21
Exploration of landscape and townscape in the British realist films of the late 1950's and early 1960's, taking as the main examples "Saturday night and Sunday morning" and "A taste of honey". [FIAF]

Higson, Andrew
"Space, Place, Spectacle: Landscape and Townscape in the 'Kitchen Sink' Film." In: Dissolving views : key writings on British cinema / edited by Andrew Higson. London ; New York, NY : Cassell, 1996.
Main (Gardner) Stacks PN1993.5.G7 D56 1996 c.2
Pacific Film Archive PN1993.5.G7 D56 1996

Hilliker, Lee
"In the modernist mirror: Jacques Tati and the Parisian landscape." The French Review, Dec 2002 v76 i2 p318-329
The films of Jacques Tati are discussed in relation to Parisian modernism. 'Playtime' (1967) questions the human cost of the modernist urban environment.

Hogben, Gavin.
"Screening architecture." Scroope: Cambridge architecture journal 1998-1999, n.10, p.[4-9],

Hoggard, Liz
"Tales from the city."Blueprint no. 177 (November 2000) p. 68-71
The writer discusses the way cities are portrayed in recent British movies. Noting the more naturalistic view of the built environment taken by British directors, she discusses the cityscapes in a number of films, including Billy Elliot, Purely Belter, The Golden Bowl, The Full Monty, and The Wings of a Dove.

Holtan, Orley I.
"Individualism, Alienation and The Search For Community: Urban Imagery In Recent American Films." Journal of Popular Culture 1971 4(4): 933-942.

Hougron, Alexandre.
"La Ville Americaine Dans Le Cinema De Science-Fiction Americain."Transl/Info: [The American city in the cinema of American science fiction]. Revue Franc¸aise d'Études Américaines 1993 (56): 153-162.
"American science fiction movies in the talkie era generally contain the most achieved and suggestive urban fantasies. All representations of the American city in such movies mostly depend on two components: myth and history. Symbolized as the achievement of a noble humanity, the city is often presented as suffering from the harsh assaults of a hostile and alien identity: monsters or extraterrestrial beings. A second representation, depicting the cities under nightmarish features, came later and is related to the recent evolution of American cities. In such movies as Blade Runner, Invasion Los Angeles, Terminator, and Robocop, the enemy is no more an extraneous entity, but spreads out from the corrupted heart of the decaying city. One can see in this interiorization of the evil forces threatening the city dwellers the long way covered since the confident days of the consumer society to the present-day fears of American life." [America History and Life]

Huang, Tsung-yi
"Hong Kong Blue: Flâneurie with the Camera's Eye in a Phantasmagoric Global City." JNT: Journal of Narrative Theory, vol. 30, no. 3, pp. 385-402, Fall 2000.

La imagen de la ciudad en las artes y en los medios [Bogota, Colombia] : Instituto de Investigaciones Esteticas, Facultad de Artes, 2000.
UCB MAIN: NX650.C66 I42 2000

Images of the city
Edited by Agnieszka Rasmus and Magdalena Cies'lak. Newcastle upon Tyne : Cambridge Scholars Pub., 2009.
Main (Gardner) Stacks PN56.C55 I45 2009

Les imaginaires de la ville, entre litterature et arts
sous la direction de Hel`ene et Gilles Menegaldo. Rennes : Presses universitaires de Rennes, c2007.
MAIN: PN3352.C5 I43 2007

"Italian Neorealism: Rebuilding the Cinematic City." Forum for Modern Language Studies. Jan 2008. Vol. 44, Iss. 1; p. 99 (2 pages)

Jaccaud, Sabine
"Wim Wenders and Berlin." In: The city in Central Europe : culture and society from 1800 to the present / edited by Malcolm Gee, Tim Kirk, and Jill Steward. Aldershot, England ; Brookfield, Vt. : Ashgate, c1999.
MAIN Stack DAW1024.C58 1999

Jacobs, Steven
The wrong house : the architecture of Alfred Hitchcock / Steven Jacobs. Rotterdam : 010 Publishers, c2007.
Main (Gardner) Stacks NA2588 .J33 2007

James, Donald
Imagining the modern city Minneapolis : University of Minnesota Press, 1999.
Environ Dsgn HT153.D66 1999
Contents via Google books

Jenkins, Henry
"Looking at the City in The Matrix Franchise." In: Cities in transition : the moving image and the modern metropolis / edited by Andrew Webber and Emma Wilson. London : Wallflower, 2008.
Main (Gardner) Stacks PN1995.9.C513 C57 2008 DUE 08-22-12
Pacific Film Archive PN1995.9.C513 C57 200

Kaes, Anton.
"Leaving Home: Film, Migration, and the Urban Experience." New German Critique. 74:179-92. 1998 Spring-Summer
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Kemper, Tom
"Zazie dans das Passagen-werk: Paris, the French New Wave, and the Cinematic City." In: La mémoire des villes = The memory of cities / sous la direction de = edited by Yves Clavaron et Bernard Dieterle. Saint-Etienne : Publications de l'Universit? de Saint-Etienne, 2003
EnvDesign PN56.C55 M46 2003

Kim, Jae Hong.
Architecture, space, and motion pictures / by Jae Hong Kim. 1998.
Main (Gardner) Stacks (NRLF) 308t 1998 23

Klein, Norman M.
"Staging Murders: The Social Imaginary, Film, and the City." Wide Angle - Volume 20, Issue 3 1998
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"Part of a special issue exploring film and video in relation to architecture and pace. The writer discusses the choice of locations for murder in films set in Los Angeles. There are urban "requirements" for a location where a murder should take place, with a good crime scene identifying poverty as local color for murder. This visual imagery of the decaying inner city has reinforced a Victorian panic about ethnicity and class as well as strengthening illusions about where crime-ridden cities end and safe suburbs start. The noir location thus reflects the perversities of consumer panic as a way to hide urban realities, a paradox that gives noir its presence and power. It seems that key locations for L.A. movie murders require two elements: A nearby consumer monument and a patina that reinforces the false memories of Los Angeles." [Art Index]

Kokonis, Michael
"Peter Greenaway's The Belly of an Architect: A Semiologist's Feast." Semiotica: Journal of the International Association for Semiotic Studies/Revue de l'Association Internationale de Sémiotique, vol. 115, no. 1-2, pp. 81-100, 1997.

Kraft, Jeff
Footsteps in the fog : Alfred Hitchcock's San Francisco / Jeff Kraft and Aaron Leventhal ; foreword by Patricia Hitchcock O'Connell. Santa Monica, CA : Santa Monica Press, c2002.
UCB MAIN PN1998.3.H58 K73 2002
UCB Bancroft PN1998.3.H58 K73 2002

Kruger, Loren
"Filming the Edgy City: Cinematic Narrative and Urban Form in Postapartheid Johannesburg." Research in African Literatures - Volume 37, Number 2, Summer 2006, pp. 141-163 -
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"From its early years to the present, Johannesburg has escaped the strictures of literary as well as civil decorum. The city has appeared to planners and artists alike to be unimaginable as well as unmanageable. While the deep divisions of apartheid Johannesburg inspired the clear-cut conflicts of anti-apartheid drama, the more ambiguous fractures of the contemporary city have lent themselves to the creation of vivid but elliptical narratives of shifting alliances more suited to the montage and mise en sc?ne of cinema. A few feature-length films with international distribution, such as Jump the Gun (1996) and Fools (1997), have generated multiple readings to the exclusion of smaller, more experimental films such as The Foreigner (1997) and A Drink in the Passage (2002) or the television series The Line (1994) and Gaz'Lam (2002 ff.) whose association with television, whether through funding or production for serial broadcast, has apparently kept them from critical view. This article redresses that balance with close analysis and contextual relocation of cinematic and televisual representations of Johannesburg, the edgy city." [Project Muse]

Kruth, Patricia.
"Le New York de Martin Scorsese, le New York de Woody Allen." Revue Française d'Études Américaines. 16(56):135-44. 1993 May
"New York is at the core of the works of filmmakers Martin Scorsese and Woody Allen. Their relationships to the city they love are, however, basically different. Scorsese's mise en scène brings out the conflict between the city and the often marginal antagonists in search of themselves and of success; Woody Allen's protagonists tell about their perfect urban integration. The two visions of the city may not be superimposed. Scorsese's camera, starting from Little Italy, explores all five boroughs; Allen feels more comfortable in Manhattan, especially around Central Park, with occasional excursions to Brooklyn. Both filmmakers use the roofs of New York in similar ways, in homage to the Hollywood tradition. Yet they diverge in their original uses of bridges, the El, and the Manhattan skyline. Two contrasting symbolic images emerge. Allen's small town, filmed and loved as a woman, is a unique place where nature is integrated into the heart of civilization. In Scorsese's New York, there is no place for couples; it is a city not unlike Los Angeles, an abstract asphalt jungle that symbolizes all cities." [America: History and Life]

Labanyi, Jo
"Cinematic city: the Spanish avant-garde, modernity and mass culture." Journal of Romance Studies; Summer2008, Vol. 8 Issue 2, p21-36, 16p
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"It has been suggested that the modern city, which bombards its inhabitants with a rapid succession of fragmentary visual images, trained its city-dwellers in the viewing habits required by the cinema. This article explores the dual fascination with urban life and the cinema in the Spanish avant-garde of the late 1920s, in the light of Huyssen's suggestion that the avant-garde was a reaction against modernism's attempt to distance itself from the rise of mass culture which accompanied urbanization."

Lamster, Mark
Architecture and Film Princeton Architectural Press, 2000
Full-text of this book available online via ebrary [UC Berkeley users only]
Main Stack PN1995.9.A695.A73 2000
Environ Dsgn PN1995.9.A695.A73 2000
PFA PN1995.9.A695.A73 2000

Landscape and film
Edited by Martin Lefebvre. New York : Routledge, 2006. AFI film readers
Main Stack PN1995.67.A1.L36 2006
Table of Contents: http://www.loc.gov/catdir/enhancements/fy0659/2005033754-d.html

Langford, Barry
"Strangers (To) Themselves: Cityscapes and Mindscapes in 1980s European Cinema." In: Urban mindscapes of Europe / edited by Godela Weiss-Sussex with Franco Bianchini. Amsterdam ; New York, NY : Rodopi, 2006.

Main Stack HT131.U697 2006

Lee, Gregory B., Lam, Sunny S. K.
"Wicked Cities: The Other in Hong Kong Science Fiction." In: Aliens R us : the other in science fiction cinema
Edited by Ziauddin Sardar and Sean Cubitt. pp: 111-33. London ; Sterling, Va. : Pluto Press,
UCB MAIN PN1995.9.S26 A45 2002

Lee, Gregory B., Lam, Sunny S. K.
"Wicked cities: cyberculture and the reimagining of identity in the 'non-Western' metropolis." (Special Issue: Fictions and Futures) Futures Dec 1998 v30 i10 p967(1)
"Hong Kong consumers of popular culture have recently been obsessed with cyberpunk culture. One film exploiting the techniques and passions of cyberculture is 'Wicked City' or 'Yaoshou dushi' (1992) directed by Peter Mak (Mak Tai Kit) and produced by Tsui Hark. It is discussed here as exceptional in its redeployment of the cultural imaginaries of Hollywood movies, Japanese comics, and Hong Kong's own ideology. Issues of colonialism, the alienatory power of the nation-state, hybridity, androgyny, time and history and, for Hong Kong, the rare critique of the capitalism, are all addressed in this film and in our discussion of the text and its context. [Expanded Academic Index]

Leigh, N.G., Kenny, J.
"The city of cinema: Interpreting urban images on film." Journal Of Planning Education and Research 16 (1): 51-55 FAL 1996
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"To augment the economic and political analysis of cities which is the traditional content of urban planning curricula, the authors developed a course titled Cinema City. The objective of the course is to expand the students' understanding of both how people respond to life in cities and how this response is in fact influenced by the images they see depicted in film. Striking arguments can be made that our willingness to address urban problems is influenced by our history of such popular images. This paper outlines the authors' experience with the course, indicating both the pedagogical benefits and scholarly value of such an approach."

Lent, Tina Olsin.
"The Dark Side Of the Dream: The Image of Los Angeles in Film Noir." Southern California Quarterly 1987 69(4): 329-348.
"Discusses the film noir genre popular in the 1940's, which portrayed Los Angeles as an impersonal, pessimistic, and dehumanized environment. The writings of James M. Cain, Raymond Chandler, Horace McCoy, and others were adapted and made into such classic films as Double Indemnity, Mildred Pierce, The Postman Always Rings Twice, and The Blue Dahlia. The Spanish architectural styles of residences, the seediness of downtown Los Angeles, exotic landscaping, the river channel, the Hollywood Bowl, and industrial locations were featured in these films and usually given a dark interpretation, as Los Angeles came to represent disillusionment with the American Dream." [America: History and Life]

Li Zeng.
"Academic Journal Living for the city: cinematic imaginary of the cityscape in China's transnational films" Critical Arts: A South-North Journal of Cultural & Media Studies, 2011, Vol. 25 Issue 1, p102-117, 16p
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Licata, Antonella.
La citta e il cinema Bari : Dedalo, c1985.
UCB ENVI: PN1995.9.C513 L51 1985

Light, Andrew.
"Boyz in the Woods: Urban Wilderness in American Cinema." In: The nature of cities : ecocriticism and urban environments Edited by Michael Bennett and David W. Teague. pp: 137-56. Tucson : University of Arizona Press, c1999.
UCB MAIN: PS163 .N38 1999

Lindvall, Terry
" Holy Architecture: Cinematic Images of the Church." In: Beyond the stars. Vol. 4: Locales in American Popular Film. / edited by Paul Loukides and Linda K. Fuller. pp: 136-71. Bowling Green, Ohio : Bowling Green University Popular Press, c1990
MAIN Stack PN1995.9.C36.B49 1990
Moffitt PN1995.9.C36.B49 1990

Los Angeles Plays Itself[videorecording]
A video essay about how movies have portrayed the city of Los Angeles. The film looks at Los Angeles from three perspectives: first, as a background for movies, second, as a character in movies, and third, as a subject for a movie. Research/text/production, Thom Andersen. 2003. 169 min. DVD 7495

Loshitzky, Yosefa.
Screening strangers : migration and diaspora in contemporary European cinema / Yosefa Loshitzky. Imprint Bloomington, Ind. : Indiana University Press, c2010.Loshitzky, Yosefa.
Main (Gardner) Stacks PN1993.5.E8 L58 2010
Contents: Introduction: screening strangers in fortress Europe -- Journeys of hope to fortress Europe: cross-border and migratory films -- Cities of hope: the cinematic cityscapes of fortress Europe -- The white continent is dark: migration and miscegenation in Bernardo Bertolucci's Besieged (1998) -- Intifada of the banlieues: La Haine revisited -- The camp trilogy: Michael's Winterbottom's In this world, Code 46, and The road to Guantanamo -- Afterword: beyond strangers and post-Europe. Summary "Yosefa Loshitzky challenges the utopian notion of a post-national "New Europe" by focusing on the waves of migrants and refugees that some view as a potential threat to European identity, a concern heightened by the rhetoric of the war on terror, the London Underground bombings, and the riots in Paris's banlieues. Opening a cinematic window onto this struggle, Loshitzky determines patterns in the representation and negotiation of European identity in several European films from the late 20th and early 21st centuries, including Bernardo Bertolucci's Besieged, Stephen Frears's Dirty Pretty Things, Mathieu Kassovitz's La Haine, and Michael Winterbottom's In This World, Code 46, and The Road to Guantanamo." -- Back cover.

Louagie, Kimberly .
""It belongs in a museum": the image of museums in American film, 1985-1995." Journal of American Culture Winter 1996 v19 n4 p41(10)
"Many motion pictures portray museums as the realm of several kinds of exclusivity. Museums are regarded in film as examples of architecture, as repositories for artifacts deserving respect, and as locations of sophisticated people. Museums rarely fulfill these roles for many people, and are becoming increasingly aware of and interested in film. Some museums have begun to make movies about their exhibits." [Expanded Academic Index]

Lu, Sheldon H.
"Tear Down the City: Reconstructing pace in Contemporary Chinese Popular Cinema and Avant-Garde Art." In: The urban generation : Chinese cinema and society at the turn of the twenty-first century / Zhang Zhen, editor. Durham : Duke University Press, 2007.
Main (Gardner) Stacks PN1993.5.C4 U73 2007
Pacific Film Archive PN1993.5.C4 U73 2007

Lukinbeal, C.
"The map that precedes the territory: An introduction to essays in cinematic geography." GeoJournal Volume 59, Number 4 / April, 2004
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Lukinbeal, C.
"Reel-to-Real Urban Geographies: The Top Five Cinematic Cities in North America." California Geographer. 1998.

Luna-Garcia, Antonio
"Cities of Spain, localities on the edge of an idenity breakdown." Cities 2003 Dec., v.20, n.6, p.377-379
Considers the post-Franco climate of Spain and its cities, as reflected in the films of Pedro Almodo?var, the cultural movement La Movida, Madrid's first socialist mayor, Enrique Tierno Galva?n, the emergence of Barcelona, and numerous international events in Seville, Bilbao, Merida and elsewhere. First article in theme issue on Spanish cities.

Lury, Karen
"Space/place, city and film." Screen Vol XL nr 3 (Autumn 1999); p 229-303
Several articles looking at the theme of city and film.

Lury, Karen; Massey, Doreen
"Making connections." Screen Vol XL nr 3 (Autumn 1999); p 229-238
Conversation with a professor of Geography on spaces, places and cities and their relationship to both film and television.

Luzzi, Joseph.
"Stupendous, Miserable City: Pasolini's Rome." Modernism/Modernity. Baltimore: Apr 2008. Vol. 15, Iss. 2; p. 414 (2 pages)

MacDonald, Scott.
"The City as Motion Picture: Notes on Some California City Films." Wide Angle-A Quarterly Journal of Film History Theory & Criticism. 19(4):109-30. 1997 Oct
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"City symphony" films provide a general sense of life in a particular metropolis, often by highlighting characteristic aspects of city life over the course of a composite day. The writer discusses Swiss-born Rudy Burckhardt's extensive film documentation of New York City and Spike Lee's Do the Right Thing, the greatest American city symphony movie." [Art Index]

MacDonald, Scott
"The City as the country: The New York City symphony from Rudy Burckhardt to Spike Lee." Film Quarterly, v. 51, Winter 1997/98, pp. 220.
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""City symphony" films provide a general sense of life in a particular metropolis, often by highlighting characteristic aspects of city life over the course of a composite day. The writer discusses Swiss-born Rudy Burckhardt's extensive film documentation of New York City and Spike Lee's Do the Right Thing, the greatest American city symphony movie." [Art Index]

MacDonald, Scott
The garden in the machine : a field guide to independent films about place Berkeley : University of California Press, 2001.
MAIN Stack PN1995.9.E96.M344 2001
PFA PN1995.9.E96.M344 2001

MacDonald, Scott.
"10+ (Alternative) Films about American Cities." Isle. 8(1):53-72. 2001 Winter
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Macek. Steve.
"The Cinema of Suburban Paranoia." In: Urban nightmares : the media, the Right, and the moral panic over the city Minneapolis : University of Minnesota Press, c2006.
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Table of contents http://www.loc.gov/catdir/toc/ecip068/2006004278.html

MacKinnon, Kenneth
Hollywood's small towns : an introduction to the American small-town movie Metuchen, N.J. : Scarecrow Press, 1984.
UCB MAIN: PN1995.9.C513 M3 1984
UCB Moffitt PN1995.9.C513 M3 198

Malamud, Margaret.
"Pyramids in Las Vegas and in Outer Space: Ancient Egypt in Twentieth-Century American Architecture and Film." Journal of Popular Culture. 34 (1): 31-47. 2000 Summer.
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Manzanas Calvo, Ana Ma. (Ana María)
Cities, borders, and spaces in intercultural American literature and film / Ana Ma Manzanas and Jesús Benito. New York : Routledge, 2011.
Main (Gardner) Stacks PS153.M56 M36 2011 Manzanas Calvo, Ana Ma. (Ana María)
Contents: Introduction : lingering on Times Square -- Chiastic spaces: ports of entry, ports of exit -- The migrational city in Chuck Palahniuk's "Slumming" : a story by lady baglady, and Helena Viramontes's "The Cariboo Cafe" -- Unbound cities, concentric circles : Karen Tei Yamashita's Tropic of orange -- Borderlands : middle spaces, hybrid bodies -- The rhetoric of spatial cutting : borders, scars, open wounds -- Terminal thinking : border narratives, airport narratives, and the logic of detention -- Postscript conclusion : from The Great Wall to Babel.

Margolies, Edward.
"City, Nature, Highway: Changing Images In American Film And Theater." Journal of Popular Culture 1975 9(1): 14-19.
"Contrasts the image of cities in pre-World War II drama and films with postwar productions. In the earlier period the city was depicted as bad but as a carrier of civilization while in the postwar period the civilizing capacities of the city are displaced by its bleakness, depersonalization, and alienation. There is a disenchantment with nature, which has disappeared as an escape from cities. Roads, like cities, are now bound up with savage wilderness in the imagery of film and drama." [America History and Life]

Massood, Paula J.
Black city cinema : African American urban experiences in film / <2003> Philadelphia : Temple University Press, 2003.
UCB MAIN: PN1995.9.N4 M33 2003

Massood, Paula J.
"Which Way to the Promised Land?: Spike Lee's Clockers and the Legacy of the African American City." African American Review, Vol. 35, No. 2. (Summer, 2001), pp. 263-279.
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Matheou, D.
"Through a lens darkly." [Peter Greenaway's use of architecture]. Architects' Journal v. 203 (May 9 1996) p. 24-5
"Filmmaker Peter Greenaway's use of architecture in his motion pictures made him a perfect choice for the Royal Institute of British Architects' Architecture Centre recent "Framed" season of architecture in film. Speaking at the institute, Greenaway maintained that an architectural metaphor is appropriate for cinema, as it involves space, movement, time, a 360-degree world, and all five senses. He is currently working on a series of exhibitions called "The Stairs," which attempt to marry notions of architecture, cinema, and painting in a number of staged events in cities around the world." [Art Index]

Mazierska, Ewa.
From Moscow to Madrid : postmodern cities, European cinema London : I.B. Tauris, 2003.
Full-text of this book available online via ebrary [UC Berkeley users only]
UCB MAIN: PN1995.9.C513 M39 2000
Contents via Google Books

Mazumdar, Ranjani.
Bombay cinema : an archive of the city Minneapolis : University of Minnesota Press, c2007.
MAIN: PN1993.5.I8 M39 2007
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Contents via Google books

Mazumdar, Ranjani.
"Spectacle and death in the city of Bombay cinema." In: The spaces of the modern city : imaginaries, politics, and everyday life / edited by Gyan Prakash and Kevin M. Kruse. Princeton : Princeton University Press, c2008.
Environ Dsgn HT119.S653 2008

McCann, B.
"'A discreet character?' Action spaces and architectural specificity in French poetic realist cinema." Screen ( v. 45 no. 4 (Winter 2004) p. 375-82
"Part of a special section on production and set design in filmmaking. The function of architecture-as-resonator is endlessly explored in French poetic realist cinema of the 1930s. Seminal films like Le Quai des brumes (Marcel Carne, 1938), La Bete humaine (Jean Renoir, 1938) and Le Jour se leve (Marcel Carne, 1939) are not only powerfully anchored to recognizable, normally urban, landscapes, but they also depend heavily on atmospheric milieux and spatial specifics to explore deeper levels of meaning embedded in the narrative. This specific strand of 1930s French decor is deemed inherently performative, whereby a reciprocal transfer between individual and decor serves as an interpretative matrix for each film. It is a decor that "speaks", paraphrasing the concerns of the narrative and architecturally mirroring the mental states and emotions of the characters inhabiting them." [Art Index]

McMahon, Gary
"Magical Realism in New York." Film International 2009, Vol. 7 Issue 5, p17-26, 10p
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McNamara, Kevin R.
"Los Angeles, 2019: Two Tales of a City." In:Productive Postmodernism : Consuming Histories And Cultural Studies Albany State Univ Of New York Press, 2002 (Series: Suny Series In Postmodern Culture)
MAIN: NX456.5.P66 P763 2002
Table of contents http://www.loc.gov/catdir/toc/fy035/2001049575.html

McNiven, Roger D.
"The middle-class American home of the fifties: the use of architecture in Nicholas Ray's "Bigger Than Life" and Douglas Sirk's "All That Heaven Allows". Cinema Journal 22 n4 (1983): 38-57.

Melnyk, George.
"The imagined city: toward a theory of urbanity in Canadian cinema." CineAction - Summer 2007 i73-74 p20(8)
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Mennel, Barbara Caroline.
Cities and cinema / by Barbara Mennel. London ; New York : Routledge, 2008.
Main (Gardner) Stacks PN1995.9.C513 M46 2008

Miljacki, Ana
"Three Episodes in the Transformation of Eastern European Urbanism." Centropa (New York, N.Y.) v. 3 no. 2 (May 2003) p. 132-40
"The writer discusses the transformation of Eastern Europe urbanism in three filmic instances. Dziga Vertov's Man With A Movie Camera (1929), was a formally radical film that captured, or perhaps more precisely, constructed an image of the Soviet City. Andrzej Wajda's Man of Marble (1976), explains the mechanism behind the propaganda and production of a new settlement, Nova Huta. Finally, Krzysztof Kieslowski's Decalogue is organized around the housing block, which becomes a stylized representation of the everday life of its inhabitants." [Art Index]

Milner, Andrew
"Darker Cities: Urban Dystopia and Science Fiction Cinema." International Journal of Cultural Studies, Vol. 7, No. 3, 259-279 (2004)
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This article makes use of Darko Suvin's theory of the novum and Raymond Williams's cultural materialism to analyse three urban-dystopian science fiction films: Fritz Lang?s Metropolis (1927), Ridley Scott's Blade Runner (1982) and Alex Proyas's Dark City (1998). It argues for the central significance of utopia, dystopia and cinema to SF. It explores the themes of class and gender, the uses of intertextuality, and the representations of the human and the posthuman in these three films. Drawing on Jameson, Baudrillard and others, it argues that the first film exhibits a characteristically modern, the latter two different versions of a characteristically postmodern, structure of feeling?.

Mira, Alberto.
"Transformations of the Urban Landscape in Spanish Film Noir." In: Spaces in European Cinema. Konstantarakos, Myrto (ed. and introd.).
MAIN: PN1993.5.E8 S69 2000

Mitchell, Bill.
"Really, really scary." RIBA journal 2004 Sept., v.111, n.9, p.18
"On disaster films, in which there is the spectacle of crashing skyscrapers, but also in which cities remain unscathed, but their inhabitants have perished."

Mobius, Hanno.
Drehort Stadt : das Thema "Grossstadt" im deutschen Film Marburg : Hitzeroth, c1990.
UCB MAIN: PN1995.9.C513 M63 1990

Morgan, Diane
"Postmodernism and Architecture." In: The Routledge companion to postmodernism / edited by Stuart Sim. London ; New York : Routledge, 2001.
Includes discussion of Antonioni's Zabriskie Point
Grad Svcs B831.2.R68 2001
MAIN Stack B831.2.R68 2001

Munk, Yael.
"False Nostalgia and Cultural Amnesia: The City of Tel Aviv in Israeli Cinema of the 1990s." Shofar: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Jewish Studies, Summer2006, Vol. 24 Issue 4, p130-143, 14p
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Murphy, A.
"Traces of the Flaneuse: from "Roman Holiday" to "Lost In Translation"." Journal of Architectural Education v. 60 no. 1 (September 2006) p. 32-42
"The writer critically assesses the trope of the 19th-century flaneur/flaneuse as found in William Wyler's Roman Holiday (1953) and Sofia Coppola's Lost in Translation (2003). She states that both of these films build a traditional narrative from the adventures of a single female protagonist as she negotiates urban terrain. She suggests that in tracing the references to the flaneur/flaneuse in the films, it is possible to begin to map a trajectory of contemporary gender relations in respect to pace from the post-World War II era to the present, as well as to comprehend the context in which the city itself is viewed as a site for such transformations." [Art Index]

Muzzio, Douglas
""Decent people shouldn't live here": the American city in cinema." (Annual Conference Issue: Urban Continuities, Urban Change: Celebrating 25 Years of UAA) Journal of Urban Affairs Spring 1996 v18 n2 p189(27)
"The treatment of US cities in cinemas is examined through a study of how these cities are depicted by American moviemakers. Films are partly responsible for the occurrence and perception of urban affairs. Movies are effective venues for looking into urban pasts, presents and futures, aside from being able to offer insights into the Americans' collective hopes, fears, phobias and fantasies." [Expanded Academic Index]

Noir urbanisms : dystopic images of the modern city
Edited by Gyan Prakash. Princeton : Princeton University Press, c2010.
Environmental Design PN1995.9.F54 N68 2010
Contents: Introduction: imaging the modern city, darkly / Gyan Prakash -- Modernism and urban dystopia. The phantasm of the Apocalypse: Metropolis and Weimar modernity / Anton Kaes -- Sounds like hell: dystopian urban noise / James Donald -- Tlatelolco: Mexico City's urban dystopia / Ruben Gallo -- The aesthetics of the dark city. A regional geography of film noir: urban cystopias on- and off-screen / Mark Shiel -- Oh no, there goes Tokyo: recreational apocalypse and the city in postwar Japanese popular culture / William M. Tsutsui -- Postsocialist urban dystopia? / Li Zhang -- Friction, collision, and the grotesque: the dystopic fragments of Bombay cinema / Ranjani Mazumdar -- Imaging urban crisis. Topographies of distress: Tokyo, c. 1930 / David Ambaras -- Living in dystopia: past, present and future in contemporary African cities / Jennifer Robinson -- Imaging urban breakdown: Delhi in the 1990s / Ravi Sundaram.

Notaro, Anna.
"Futurist Cinematic Visions and Architectural Dreams in the American Modern(ist) Metropolis." Irish Journal of American Studies. 9: 161-83. 2000.

Un nouvel art de voir la ville et de faire du cinema : du cinema et des restes urbains
Charles Perraton et François Jost, [redacteurs]. Paris : Harmattan, c2003.
MAIN Stack PN1995.9.C513.N68 2003

Paganelli, Carlo .
"Cinema e citta?: cityscape and fiction." Arca 2002 July-Aug., n.172, p.2-5,

Pallasmaa, Juhani.
The architecture of image : existential space in cinema / Juhani Pallasmaa. Helsinki : Rakennustieto, 2001.
Environ Dsgn PN1995.9.S4.P350 2001

Pallasmaa, Juhani.
"Lived space in architecture and cinema." Scroope: Cambridge architecture journal 2001, n.13, p.[59]-72,

Papapetros, S.
"Malicious Houses: Animation, Animism, Animosity in German Architecture and Film??From Mies to Murnau." Grey Room No. 20, Fall 2005
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Paul, William.
"Screening Space: Architecture, Technology, and the Motion Picture Screen." Michigan Quarterly Review. 35 (1): 143-73. 1996 Winter.

Payton, Neal I.
"Cinematic architecture and architectural cinema." Arcade 1993 Winter, v.14, n.1, p.28-[29].
Discussion of the work of Sergei Eisenstein.

Penz, François; Koeck, Richard; Keiller, Patrick; Bullock, Nick; Thomas, Maureen
"Screen Cities." City; Nov2003, Vol. 7 Issue 3, p361-411, 51p
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Introduces articles about cities in motion pictures published in the November 2003 issue of the journal "Cities". Understanding of the city to include its urban, suburban and peripheral forms; Significance of such references.

Penz, F.
"Cinema and architecture: overlaps and counterpoints, studio-made features in the film industry and studio-based experiments in architectural education." Architectural Design (London, England) v. 64 (November/December 1994) p. 38-41
": Part of a special section on architecture and motion pictures. The writer examines the relationship between architecture and motion pictures. He aims to establish a context of interest in the world of cinema for architects and particularly architectural students. He explores studio work as "natural film sets" using the example of experiments with architectural projects developed by students from the Department of Architecture at the University of Cambridge, England. He reports on the modes of representation used--drawings, physical models, and computer animation. He concludes that these means could offer an interesting starting point for the motion pictures industry, particularly for storyboarding, while the architect can learn from the filmmaker's ability to represent and move through spaces." [Art Index]

Phillips, Alastair.
City of darkness, city of light : emigre filmmakers in Paris 1929-1939 Amsterdam : Amsterdam University Press, c2004.
PFA PN1993.5.F7.P45 2004
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Place, power, situation, and spectacle : a geography of film
Edited by Stuart C. Aitken and Leo E. Zonn. Lanham, MD : Rowman & Littlefield, c1994.
UCB MAIN Stack PN1995.P58 1994
UCBMoffitt PN1995.P58 1994
Contents: Geographic and cinematic theory : framing spaces and sequencing spectacles. Re-presenting the place pastiche / Stuart C. Aitken and Leo E. Zonn -- Third cinema and the Third World / Gerald M. Macdonald -- A mapping of cinematic places : icons, ideology, and the power of (mis)representation / Jeff Hopkins -- Making people and places. Jerusalem, Dover Beach, and Kings Cross : imagined places as metaphors of the British class struggle in Chariots of Fire and The Loneliness of the Long-Distance Runner / Martyn J. Bowden -- Outside of nothing : the place of community in The Outsiders / Denis Wood -- Sunshine and shadow : lighting and color in the depiction of cities on film / Larry Ford -- Of pelicans and men : symbolic landscapes, gender, and Australia's Storm Boy / Leo E. Zonn and Stuart C. Aitken -- The myth of heroism : man and desert in Lawrence of Arabia / Christina B. Kennedy -- Taking time with places. Filming Route 66 : documenting the Dust Bowl Highway / Arthur Krim. The city as cinematic space : modernism and place in Berlin, Symphony of a City / Wolfgang Natter -- We're going to do it right this time : cinematic representations of urban planning and the British new towns, 1939 to 1951 / John R. Gold and Stephen V. Ward.

Podalsky, Laura
"Cityscapes and Alienation: Buenos Aires in the Argentine Cinema, 1950-1960." Nuevo Texto Crítico, 11:21-22 (Jan-Dec 1998), 77-92.

Podalsky, Laura
Specular city : transforming culture, consumption, and space in Buenos Aires, 1955-1973 / Laura Podalsky. Philadelphia : Temple University Press, 2004.
Main Stack F3001.2.P63 2004

Porton, Richard
"American dreams, suburban nightmares." Cineaste Vol XX nr 1 (1993); p 12-15
On representations of the US suburb and 'suburban values' in films made from the 1950's to the present day.

Powers, Sun.
"A world apart." (scenes of life in Los Angeles in motion pictures) Sight and Sound, May 1991 v1 n1 p6(1).

Quart, Leonard, Leonard Kornblum.
"Film and the inner city." (inner city as portrayed in US and European movies) Dissent Spring 2000 p97(8)
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The inner city has been portrayed in a number of US and European movies. New York is a favorite location for many US movies such as 'Laws of Gravity' from Nick Gomez. The movies are discussed in detail.

Quart, Leonard.
"Woody Allen's New York." Cineaste. 19(2-3):16-19. 1992

Rao, Vyjayanthi.
"A new urban type: Gangsters, terrorists, global cities." Critique of Anthropology, Mar2011, Vol. 31 Issue 1, p3-20, 18p
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Ramirez, Juan Antonio.
"Ten lessons (or commandments) about architecture in the cinema." Design book review: DBR 1992 Spring, n.24, p.9-12,

Rashid, H., et. al.
"Film as architecture as film: Times Square, New York." Architectural Design (London, England) v. 64 (November/December 1994) p. 62-7
"Part of a special section on architecture and motion pictures. Hani Rashid and Lise Anne Couture describe Times Square in New York. They contend that Times Square is structured as a cinematic field, distorting and conforming to the speculative caprices of real-estate developers combined with the hallucinatory ethics of consumerism, entertainment, and tourism. They discuss the structures of Times Square, which range from meeting places to public artworks." [Art Index]

Redfern, Nick.
"London Spaces in Contemporary British Cinema: Notting Hill and South West 9." Literary London: Interdisciplinary Studies in the Representation of London, vol. 4, no. 2, pp. 18 paragraphs, 2006 Sept

Revisiting space : space and place in European cinema
Wendy Everett et Axel Goodbody (eds). Oxford ; New York : P. Lang, c2005. New studies in European cinema, v. 2
MAIN Stack PN1993.5.E8.R48 2005

Richie, Donald (comp.).
"Cities and Cinema: A Selective Filmography." East-West Film Journal. 3(1):117-120. 1988 Dec.

Rios Carratali, Juan A.
"La ciudad provinciana: De la literatura al cine." In: Escrituras de la ciudad / edicion de Jose Carlos Rovira; Jose Angel Cilleruelo... [et al.]. Madrid : Palas Atenea, 1999. i
MAIN Stack PQ6073.C57.E73 1999

Rivers, Kenneth T.
"Paris in Recent French Cinema." Bright Lights Film Journal, vol. 29, pp. (no pagination), Summer 2000.

Rollet, Brigitte.
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"Paris Nous Appartient: Flânerie in Paris and Film." Film Quarterly. Spring 2008. Vol. 61, Iss. 3; pg. 46, 7 pgs
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Russell, Catherine.
"Tokyo, the movie." Japan Forum Volume 14, Issue 2, 2002
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Russell, Francis
"Old ways of city viewing." Cities 1992 Feb., v.9, n.1, p.43-48
Second in series on urban design investigates the emergence of the film montage method as a new form of urban representation during the early part of the 20th cent., and its subsequent influence on urban design.

Sadler, William J.; Haskins, Ekaterina V.
"Metonymy and the Metropolis: Television Show Settings and the Image of New York City." Journal Of Communication Inquiry, vol. 29, no. 3, pp. 195-216, July 2005
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"This article argues that contemporary portrayals of cityscapes on television create a "postcard effect," a way of seeing that affords the viewer the pleasureofa tourist gaze. This disposition both reflects and legitimizes a fragmented experience of visiting a location without immersing oneself in the intricacies of its politics and geography. Building on critical tudies, film theory, semiotics, and critical ethnography, this article analyzes depictions of New York City in five television shows (Seinfeld, Friends, Sex and the City, Felicity, and The Sopranos) to demonstrate how metonymic representations of the city produce a narrative of a tourist destination on display." [Communication Abstracts]

Saks, Lucia
"Film Spectactor or Film Auteur? "Flaneurial" Reinscriptions." Spectator - The University of Southern California Journal of Film and Television 18:1 (Fall-Winter 1997) p. 24-37
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San Juan, Rose Marie. Pratt, Geraldine.
"Virtual Cities: Film and the Urban Mapping of Virtual Space." Screen. 43(3):250-70. 2002 Autumn
"he writers discuss three films that work out the fears and promises of cyberspace in relation to a particular model of the city. The Net, directed by Irwin Winkler, focuses mostly on fears surrounding the Internet's ability to erode both private and public spaces, but it ultimately repudiates electronic space and returns the viewer to a version of the modern city, sharply divided between "the crowd" and domesticity. Hackers, directed by Ian Softley, attempts to elaborate a more optimistic image of the Internet through notions of the transparent modernist city. In Strange Days, directed by Kathryn Bigelow, virtual reality promises reembodiment and integration beyond the fragmentation of the city. These contemporary films about the Internet are troubling because they provide no stable place for women or nonwhite citizens within the space of the Internet. They may display a certain "truth" about gendered, racialized, and class access to electronic space, but they do nothing to problematize it." [Art Index]

Sanders, James
Celluloid skyline: New York and the movies New York : Alfred A. Knopf : Distributed by Random House, c2001.
MAIN Stack PN1995.67.N7; S26 2001

Schaal, Hans Dieter
"Spaces of the psyche in German Expressionist film." Architectural Design v 70 no1 Jan 2000. p. 12-15
"Part of a special section on film and architecture. In 1920s Germany, the Expressionist impulse transferred itself from the canvas on to the cinema screen, resulting in some of the most dramatic works of film architecture. The formulations of Expressionist paintings, which fought against impressionistic superficiality and illuminated agitated inner worlds, were realized in German Expressionist films in which the heroes roam through a labyrinth of narrow alleys that can represent both a medieval city and a spiritual space that has become visible. In The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari, the major film in this genre, the architecture consists of narrow, high rooms and lanes, inside and out, a labyrinth that is completely enclosed and apparently inescapable. Subsequent film spaces and architecture have evolved from the Expressionist space-cell. Indeed, in a number of films, including Metropolis, Key Largo, and Blade Runner, the chosen space, building, or city often becomes the leading character." [Art Abstracts]

Screening the city
Edited by Mark Shiel and Tony Fitzmaurice. London ; New York : Verso, 2003.
Environ Dsgn PN1995.9.C513.S37 2003
MAIN Stack PN1995.9.C513.S37 2003

Sharrett, Christopher
"The urban apocalypse." (portrayal of cities in cinema) (The Reel World) (Column) USA Today (Magazine) Jan 1992 v120 n2560 p61(1)
Cities have always played an important role in the plots and themes of motion pictures. An analysis of that role, especially in light of the many news media stories depicting the collapse of US cities in the 1990s, is presented.

Shonfield, Katherine
Walls have feelings : architecture, film and the city London ; New York : Routledge, 2000.
Full text available online (UCB users only)
UCB ENVI: PN1995.9.C513 S535 2000
UCB MAIN: PN1995.9.C513 S535 2000

Silver, Alain
L.A. noir : the city as character Santa Monica, CA : Santa Monica Press, c2005.
BANC: PN1995.9.F54 S57 2005
PFA : PN1995.9.F54 S57 2005
MAIN: PN1995.9.F54 S57 2005
Table of contents http://www.loc.gov/catdir/toc/ecip0510/2005009681.html

Sipiere, Dominique.
"La Representation de San Francisco dans le Cinema Americain." [The representation of San Francisco in American cinema]. Revue Française d'Etudes Américaines [France] 1993 (56): 145-152.
"Most films set in San Francisco belong to the Hollywood classical cinema; their aim is to entertain a large audience through a double plot (love story and adventure story) for which they first use San Francisco as a background without significantly changing it. This implies two levels of representation: the photographic images, partly shot in Los Angeles studios, are traces of an objective reality that, in its turn, the story invests with specific meanings. The opening sequence of The Birds, for instance, includes real pictures of cable cars in Union Square, but also introduces a special way of looking at them that connects birds with Melanie's physical presence. This leads to the question: what is the influence of San Francisco's actual as well as mythical history - and the use fiction has made of them - on the images the films convey?" [America: History and Life]

Snickars, Pelle
"Architectonics of Seeing: Architecture as Moving Images." In: Moving images: from Edison to the webcam / edited by John Fullerton and Astrid Soderbergh Widding. Sydney, Australia: John Libbey & Co., c2000.
MAIN Stack TR846.M68 2000

Sobchack, Vivian.
"Cities on the Edge of Time: The cience-Fiction Film." In: Alien zone II: the spaces of science-fiction cinema
Edited by Kuhn. pp: 123-43. London; New York: Verso, 1999.
UCB Main PN1995.9.S26 A8184 1999 1999

Society for the Interdisciplinary Study of Social Imagery. Conference (13th : 2003 : Colorado Springs, Co.) The image of the city in literature, media, and society ; selected papers [from the] 2003 conference [of the] Society for the Interdisciplinary Study of Social Imagery / edited by Will Wright and Steven Kaplan. Pueblo, Co.: The Society, 2003
MAIN: PN56.C55 S63 2003

Sorensen, Deborah .
"Architecture on screen." Blueprints 2005 Fall, v.23, n.4, p.8, ISSN 0742-0552.
A survey of recent programs and screenings in the United States that have focused on the topic of architecture in and on film.

Sorkin, Michael
"Remembering the future." (visions of architecture in science fiction films) Architectural Record June 1999 v187 i6 p96(6)
"A look into the futuristic images shown in old and new science fiction films demonstrate the architectural visions of various architects and science fiction writers. Some of the films include 'Things to Come,' 'Blade Runner,' 'Close Encounters of the Third Kind,' and '20,000 Leagues Under the Sea.'" [Expanded Academic Index]

Sorlin. Pierre
"'Stop the rural exodus': images of the country in French films of the 1950s." (Special Issue: Audiovisual Media in France) Historical Journal of Film, Radio and Television June 1998 v18 n2 p183(15)
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"A discussion on the portrayal of agricultural life in France in the 1950s seen through the works of amateur cinematographers and government propaganda films is presented. The 1950s was a period when rural-urban migration was increasing. Despite substantial productivity increases due to modern farming methods, many farmers were still impoverished. The films depicting agricultural life were made to discourage rural migration to the cities and the traditional rural values of agricultural people were presented in a positive light. The positive and often idealistic portrayals of French rural society were, however, filmed at a time when traditional rural life was becoming antiquated." [Expanded Academic Index]

Spatial turns : space, place, and mobility in German literary and visual culture
Edited by Jaimey Amsterdam ; New York : Rodopi, 2010.
Main (Gardner) Stacks PT148.S717 S7 2010
Contents: Introduction / Jaimey Fisher and Barbara Mennel -- Mapping spaces. Mapping vision: Goethe, cartography, and the novel / Andrew Piper ; Just how naughty was Berlin? The geography of prostitution and female sexuality in Curt Moreck's Erotic travel guide / Jill Suzanne Smith ; Mapping a human geography: spatiality in Uwe Johnson's Mutmassungen über Jakob [Speculations about Jakob, 1959] / Jennifer Marston William ; Historical space: Daniel Kehlmann's Die Vermessung der Welt [Measuring the world, 2005] / Katharina Gerstenberger -- Spaces of the urban. Gendered urban spaces: cultural mediations on the city in eighteenth-century German women's writing / Diana Spokiene ; The roots of German theater's "spatial turn": Gerhart Hauptmann's social-spatial dramas / Amy Strahler Holzapfel ; Urban mediations: the theoretical space of Siegfried Kracauer's Ginster / Eric Jarosinski ; Protesting the globalized metropolis: the local as counterspace in recent Berlin literature / Bastian Heinsohn ; Transnational cinema and the ruins of Berlin and Havana: Die neue Kunst, Ruinen zu bauen [The new art of making ruins, 2007] and Suite Habana (2003) / Jennifer Ruth Hosek -- Spaces of encounter. From the desert to the city and back: nomads and the spaces of Goethe's West-östlicher Divan [West-eastern divan, 1819/1827] / Kamaal Haque ; Not all who wander are lost: Alfred Döblin's Reise in Polen [Journey to Poland, 1925] / June J. Hwang ; The feminine topography of Zion: mapping Gertrud Kolmar's poetic imagination / Carola Daffner ; Jewish Colonia as Heimat in the Pampas: Robert Schopflocher's explorations of thirdspace in Argentina / Will Lehman ; Rewriting home and migration: spatiality in the narratives of Emine Sevgi Özdamar / Silke Schade ; Transcultural space and music: Fatih Akin's Crossing the bridge: the sound of Istanbul (2005) / Barbara Kosta -- Visualized space. The cult of the cold and the gendered body in mountain films / Ingeborg Majer-O'Sickey ; Panoptic paranoia and phantasmagoria: Fritz Lang's nocturnal city / Steven Jacobs ; Subjective topographies: Berlin in post-wall photography / Miriam Paeslack ; Kreuzberg as relational place: respatializing the "ghetto" in Bettina Blümner's Prinzessinnenbad [Pool of princesses, 2007] / Jaimey Fisher ; Digital geographies: Berlin in the ages of new media / Todd Presner.

Spaces in European cinema
Edited by Myrto Konstantarakos. Exeter, England; Portland, OR : Intellect, 2000.
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Contents: Underground cinema : French visions of the Metro / David Berry -- The city as narrative : corporeal Paris in contemporary French cinema (1950s-1990s) / Susan Hayward -- Subtext : Paris of Alexandre Trauner / Keith A. Reader -- Countryscape/cityscape and homelessness in Agn`es Varda's Sans toit ni loi and Leos Carax's Les amants du Pont-Neuf / Raynalle Udris -- Anxious spaces in German Expressionist films / Carol Diethe -- Turkish women in German streets : closure and exposure in transnational cinema / Deniz Gokturk -- The sky over Berlin as transcendental space : Wenders, Doblin and the 'Angel of history / Martin Jesinghausen -- The Rome of Mussolini : an entrenched stereotype in film / Leonardo Ciacci -- Antonioni : space, place, sexuality / David Forgacs -- Is Pasolini an urban film-maker? / Myrto Konstantarakos -- Transformations of the urban landscape in Spanish Film Noir / Alberto Mira -- The clinic, the street and the garden : municipal film-making in Britain between the wars / Elizabeth Lebas -- Centre, periphery and marginality in the films of Alain Tanner / Lieve Spaas -- Between the two : dimensions of space in Finnish cinema / Jukka Sihvonen -- East meets West : mapping the new Europe in Yury Mamin's A window to Paris / Graham Roberts.

Stabile, Tom.
The quintessential city: New York on film." Humanities. Sep/Oct 1999. Vol. 20, Iss. 5; p. 10 (4 pages)
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Staiger, Janet.
"Future Noir: Contemporary Representations of Visionary Cities." In: Alien zone II: the spaces of science-fiction cinema
Edited by Kuhn. pp: 97-122. London; New York: Verso, 1999.
UCB Main PN1995.9.S26 A8184 1999 1999

Staiger, Janet.
"Future Noir: Contemporary Representations of Visionary Cities." East-West Film Journal, vol. 3, no. 1, pp. 20-44, December 1988.

Stern, E.
"Celluloid cities." Blueprint no. 172 (May 2000) p. 80-2
"The National Film Theatre's "Sunday Silents" series in May 2000 attempts to chart "a fascination with and concomitant fear of the metropolis" in the mood of the late 1920s. Each of the films on show responds in its own way to the experiences and ethics of the industrial urban population between the wars. In Metropolis, Fritz Lang has a monumental, objective view of the city and its inhabitants, while Dziga Vertov's machine eye in Man With A Movie Camera comes at the subject from all angles. The attitudes of F. W. Murnau's Sunrise: A Song of Two Humans and the 1913 film Traffic in Souls have been rehashed again and again in films that are half censorious, half titillated by the mores of the decadent city. Such cheap thrills may soon be a thing of the past, as suburbia begins to replace the inner city as the main psychological battlefield of American films." [Art Index]

Stern, Ralph
"Cinema and Berlin's Spectacle of Destruction: The 'Ruin' Film, 1945-50." AA Files no. 54 (Summer 2006) p. 48-60
"The writer discusses the topography of urban ruins as represented in films made about Berlin, Germany, from 1945 to 1950. He states that although all of Germany was in a state of ruin after the end of World War II in 1945, the blend of the psychological, ideological, and representational--whether urban, architectural or cinematic--was apparent nowhere more than in the physical terrain of Berlin. He goes on to examine the ruin film as a reflection of a particular historical moment as well as a potential agent for imagining and fashioning an urban landscape." [Art Index]

Stocchi, A.
"Nouvel and Wenders." [architecture and cinema as graphic transcriptions of ideas or written texts]. Abitare no. 345 (November 1995) p. 147-9
"Architect Jean Nouvel and filmmaker Wim Wenders view architecture and cinema as graphic transcriptions of ideas or written texts. Wenders identifies the screenplay with the movie itself; Nouvel narrates the idea of architecture instead of sketching it as befits the architectural profession. Each confronts the end of the millennium in both contemporary and futuristic terms." [Art Index]

Strick, Philip.
"The Metropolis Wars: The City as Character in Science Fiction Films." In: Omni?s Screen Flights/ Screen Fantasies: The Future According to Science Fiction Cinema / edited by Danny Peary; introduction by Harlan Ellison. 1st ed. Garden City, N.Y. : Doubleday, 1984. 43-49.
MAIN: PN1995.9.S26 O461 1984

Strickland, Roy
"Background into Foreground: Film as a Medium for Teaching Urban Design." Places (Cambridge, Mass.) v. 18 no. 2 (Summer 2006) p. 44-51
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"Part of a special section exploring the relationships between media and the form, social life, and perception of the urban environment. A discussion of ten films screened in the University of Michigan's Master of Urban Design Program because of their depiction of the intersection between urban form and social life. The films are The Naked City, The Third Man, Battle of Algiers, Wings of Desire, Salaam Bombay, Do the Right Thing, Love Jones, Chinese Box, Beijing Bicycle, and Crash. The writer summarizes the reasons for using film in urban design studio, describes the criteria used to select films, identifies some of their lessons, and reflects on the value of film in teaching urban design." [Art Index]

Suarez, Juan A.
"City Films, Modern Spatiality, and the End of the World Trade Center." In: Film and television after 9/11 / edited by Wheeler Winston Dixon. Carbondale : Southern Illinois University Press, c2004.
Table of contents http://www.loc.gov/catdir/toc/ecip043/2003010378.html
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Taj, H. Masud.
"Snowsled on Fire: Celluloid Architecture in Citizen Kane." Indian Journal of American Studies. 22 (2): 69-73. 1992 Summer.

Taking place : location and the moving image
John David Rhodes and Elena Gorfinkel, editors. Minneapolis : University of Minnesota Press, c2011.
Main (Gardner) Stacks PN1995.9.S4 T35 2011
Contents: Introduction : the matter of places / Elena Gorfinkel and John David Rhodes -- Cinematic style and the places of modernity. From Venice to the Valley : California slapstick and the Keaton comedy short / Charles Wolfe -- The eclipse of place : Rome's EUR, from Rossellini to Antonioni / John David Rhodes -- Tales of Times Square : sexploitation's secret history of place / Elena Gorfinkel -- Derek Jarman in the Docklands : the last of England and Thatcher's London / Mark W. Turner -- Place as index of cinema. The Cinecittø Refugee Camp 1944-1950 / Noa Steimatsky -- Right here in Mason City : The music man and small town nostalgia / Linda A. Robinson -- When the set becomes permanent : the spatial re-configuration of Hollywood North / Aurora Wallace -- The last place on Earth? allegories of deplacialization in Dennis Hopper's The last movie / Ara Osterweil -- Geopolitical displacements. The non-place of Argento : The bird with the crystal plumage and Roman urban history / Michael Siegel -- The placement of shadows : what's inside William Kentridge's Black box/Chambre Noire? / Frances Guerin -- Into the "imaginary" and "real" place : Stan Douglas's site-specific film and video projection / Ji-Hoon Kim -- Doing away with words : synaesthetic dislocations in Okinawa and Hong Kong / Rosalind Galt -- (Not) being there. Moving through images / Brian Price -- Living dead spaces : the desire for the local in the films of George Romero / Hugh S. Manon -- On the grounds of television / Meghan Sutherland.

Thomas, Deborah.
Reading Hollywood : spaces and meanings in American film London; New York : Wallflower, 2001.
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Thomsen, Christian W.
"Mediarchitecture: stages in the evolution I." (from panorama and diorama to Le Corbusier's Philips Pavilion at Expo '58) A-+-U no282 Mar 1994. p. 94-111
"The writer traces a history of the relationship between visual media and architecture. The Panorama- and Diorama-buildings created between 1780 and 1840 used photorealistic painting to achieve perfect simulation of such scenes as land- and cityscapes. The form of these buildings was derived strictly from their function; they thus became the models for a wide variety of 20th-century media-oriented building types for motion pictures, exhibitions, concerts, and fairs. With the advent of film, special architectural models or semi-permanent architectures were created, while architectonic imagery also began to appear in film itself. The most important example of this development is Fritz Lang's Metropolis (1926), which combines architecture with light and movement. Making extensive use of glass and skeleton construction, Mies van der Rohe's architecture can also be interpreted as a exploitation of dramatic light effects, while Le Corbusier's Philips pavilion at the 1 958 Brussels world exposition was erected as a "Poeme Electronique," a complex structure creating a virtual space surrounded by sequences of images, colors, and sounds. Current experiments with cyberspace and architecture explore a multimedia synthesis of art and architecture." [Art Index]

Tomasulo, Frank P.
"The Architectonics of Alienation: Antonioni's Edifice Complex." Wide Angle: A Film Quarterly of Theory, Criticism, and Practice, vol. 15, no. 3, pp. 3-20, Summer 1993.

Toy, M.
"Editorial [link between the creation of films and the development of our built environment]." Architectural Design (London, England) v. 64 (November/December 1994) p. 6-7
"Part of a special section on architecture and motion pictures. An introductory editorial on the link between the creation of movies and the development of the built environment. The beauty of many films featuring the built environment lies in their power to influence viewers' perception and perhaps to invoke a desire for a better architectural environment. The architect is also a cult figure of the 1990s, used by filmmakers when they want to demonstrate a sense of determination, drive, direction, passion, self-motivation, and perhaps a certain sense of arrogance in their characters." [Art Index]

Tremonte, Collenn M.
"Metropolis Redux: Visual Metaphor and the Urbanscape." In: Beyond the stars. Vol. 4: Locales in American Popular Film. / edited by Paul Loukides and Linda K. Fuller. pp: 65-76. Bowling Green, Ohio : Bowling Green University Popular Press, c1990
MAIN Stack PN1995.9.C36.B49 1990
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Tryon, Charles
"Virtual Cities and Stolen Memories: Temporality and the Digital in Dark City." Film Criticism, vol. 28, no. 2, pp. 42-62, Winter 2003.

Unreal city: urban experience in modern European literature and art
Edited by Edward Timms and David Kelley. Manchester : Manchester University Press, c1985.
Environ Dsgn NX542.U571 1985

Urban space and representation
Edited by Maria Balshaw and Liam Kennedy. London ; Sterling, Va. : Pluto Press, 2000.
Full-text of this book available online [UC Berkeley users only]
Environmental Design HT167 .U7534 2000

Uricchio, William.
"The City Viewed: The films of Leyda, Browning, and Weinberg." In: Lovers of cinema : the first American film avant-garde, 1919-1945 / edited by Jan-Christopher Horak. Madison, Wis. : University of Wisconsin Press, c1995.
Main (Gardner) Stacks PN1995.9.E96 L68 1995)
PFA PN1995.9.E96 L68 1995

van Schaik, Leon.
"Design for dreaming." (the influence of film on architecture) Film Comment March-April 1989 v25 n2 p28(7)
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Verhoeff, Nanna, Eva Warth.
"Rhetoric of space: cityscape/landscape." (non-fiction film in Early Cinema) Historical Journal of Film, Radio and Television August 2002 v22 i3 p245(7)
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Demonstrates ways in which an historical assessment of the categories of fiction/non-fiction may open up new perspectives on this dichotomy. Discusses aspects through the oppositions of non-fiction/fiction and landscape/cityscape.

Vidler, Anthony.
"The Explosion of Space: Architecture and the Filmic Imaginary." Assemblage: A Critical Journal of Architecture and Design Culture. 21: 45-59. 1993 Aug.

Vogt, Guntram.
Die Stadt im Film : deutsche Spielfilme 1900-2000 Marburg : Schuren, 2001.
UCB Main MAIN: PN1995.9.C513 V648 2001

Walker, Jeffrey M.
"Squid-heads and Coppertops: Discursive Power in the Postmodern Filmic Dystopia." Literature & Psychology; 2004, Vol. 49 Issue 4, p43-81, 37p
Discusses the representation of cities in motion pictures. Impact of the metropolis on the construction of identity; Significance of knowledge as an instrument of power in the formation of discourse; Role of discursive conceptions of cities in predetermining the possible representation of the city.

Ward, Janet
"Kracauer versus the Weimar film-city." In: Peripheral visions : the hidden stages of Weimar cinema / edited by Kenneth S. Calhoon. p. 21-37 Detroit : Wayne State University Press, c2001. Kritik (Detroit, Mich.)
UCB MAIN Stack PN1993.5.G3.P39 2001

Waugh, Thomas.
"Fairy Tales of Two Cities, or Queer Nation(s)/Urban Cinema(s)." Canadian Journal of Film Studies/Revue Canadienne D'Etudes Cinématographiques, vol. 10, no. 2, pp. 102-25, Fall 2001.

Webb, Michael
"The city in film." Design Quarterly Spring 1987 n136 p3(30)

Weihsmann, Helmut.
"The City in Twilight: Charting the Genre of the 'City Film', 1900-1930." In: Cinema & architecture : Méliès, Mallet-Stevens, Multimedia / edited by François Penz and Maureen London : British Film Institute, 1997.
Main (Gardner) Stacks PN1995.9.S4 C56 1997

Weihsmann, Helmut.
"Reality, poetry, or fraud? The presentation of architecture in Nazi propaganda films." Design book review: DBR 1992 Spring, n.24, p.29-35,

Weinraub, Bernard
"Between image and reality in Los Angeles: there was nothing easy about adapting James Ellroy's novel 'L.A. Confidential.'" The New York Times, Sept 7, 1997 v146 s2 pH52(N) pH52(L) col 5 (45 col in).

Weinraub, Bernard
"Beyond the blond and gorgeous: L.A.'s TV image is changing; new approaches try to capture the city's complexities." (Living Arts Pages) The New York Times May 10, 1999 pB1(N) pE1(L) col 3 (33 col in)

Wollen, P.
"Delirious projects." [the studio-made cinematic city]. Sight & Sound v. ns2 (August 1992) p. 24-7

Wood, Andrew G.
"Border Cities and Culture." Journal of the Southwest, vol. 43, no. 4, pp. 461-764, Winter 2001.

Wood, Mary P.
"Revealing the Hidden City: The Cinematic Conspiracy Thriller of the 1970s." The Italianist: Journal of the Department of Italian Studies, University of Reading. 23(1):150-62. 2003
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Woods, Richard.
"Once and Future Cities." Paradoxa: Studies in World Literary Genres. 2(1):81-83. 1996 Woods, Richard. Once and Future Cities Paradoxa: Studies in World Literary Genres. 2(1):81-83. 1996

World film locations : Las Vegas
Edited by Marcelline Block. Bristol : Intellect Books, 2011.
Bancroft PN1995.67.N3 W67 2011

World film locations. London
Edited by Neil Mitchell. Bristol : Intellect Books ; Chicago : University of Chicago Press, 2011.
Environmental Design PN1995.67.G7 W67 2011

World film locations : New York
Edited by Scott Jordan Harris. Bristol, England : Intellect Books ; Chicago, IL : Intellect Books, University of Chicago Press, 2011.
Environmental Design PN1995.67.N7 W673 2011

World film locations : Paris
Edited by Marcelline Block. Bristol : Intellect Books, 2011.
Environmental Design PN1995.67.P37 W6 2011

World film locations : Tokyo
Edited by Chris MaGee. Bristol : Intellect Books, 2011.
Environmental Design PN1993.5.J3 W68 2011
Pacific Film Archive PN1993.5.J3 W68 2011

Wu, Harmony H
"Queering L.A.: Gregg Araki's Homo-Pomo Cinema-City: Postmodern Preface, Queering the City." Spectator - The University of Southern California Journal of Film and Television 18:1 (Fall-Winter 1997) e p. 58-69
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Yacowar, Maurice
"The City in Cinema: Impressions." Queen's Quarterly, Summer, 2000, pp. 273-85

Zhang, Yingjin.
The city in modern Chinese literature & film : configurations of space, time, and gender / Stanford, Calif. : Stanford University Press, c1996.
UCB CCSL: PL2303 .Z43 1996
UCB MAIN: PL2303 .Z43 1996
UCB Moffitt PL2303 .Z43 1996

Zhen, Zhang.
"The 'Shanghai Factor' in Hong Kong Cinema: A Tale of Two Cities in Historical Perspective." Asian Cinema, vol. 10, no. 1, pp. 146-59, Fall 1998.

Ziegler, C.A.
"Architecture and the motion picture." American architect 1921 May 11, v. 119, pt. 2, p. 543-549.

Articles/Books About Individual Films

Blade Runner

Berlin: Symphony of a Great City

Falling Down

Breslow, Harris.
"Charting the Spaces of Contemporary Cinematic Violence." In: The image of violence in literature, the media, and society ; selected papers [from the] 1995 confer Society for the Interdisciplinary Study of Social Imagery. Conference (5th : 1995 : Colorado Springs, Co.) Pueblo, Co. : The Society, 1995.
Main (Gardner) Stacks P96.V5 S66 1995

Clover, Carol.
"Falling Down and the Rise of the Average White Male." In: Women and film : a Sight and sound reader / edited by Pam Cook and Philip Dodd. Philadelphia : Temple University Press, 1993.
Main (Gardner) Stacks PN1995.9.W6 W63 1993

Davies, Jude.
"Against the Los Angeles Symbolic: Unpacking the Racialized Discourse of the Automobile in 1980s and 1990s Cinema." In: Screening the city Edited by Mark Shiel and Tony Fitzmaurice. London ; New York : Verso, 2003.
MAIN Stack PN1995.9.C513.S37) 2003
Environ Dsgn PN1995.9.C513.S37) 2003

Davies, Jude.
"Gender, ethnicity and cultural crisis in Falling Down and Groundhog Day." Screen, Autumn95, Vol. 36 Issue 3, p214-232, 19p

Doherty, Tom. "Falling Down." Cineaste, Jul93, Vol. 20 Issue 1, p39, 3p
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Gabriel, John.
"What do you do when minority means you? Falling Down and the construction of 'whiteness.'." Screen, Summer96, Vol. 37 Issue 2, p129-151, 23p, 1
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Gormley, Paul.
"Naive Imitations: Falling Down, the Crisis of the Action-Image and Cynical Realism." In: The new-brutality film : race and affect in contemporary Hollywood cinema Bristol, UK ; Portland, OR, USA : Intellect, 2005.
Full text available online [UCB users only]
Main (Gardner) Stacks PN1995.9.V5 G67 2005

Light, Andrew.
"Boyz in the Woods: Urban Wilderness in American Cinema." In: The nature of cities : ecocriticism and urban environments / edited by Michael Bennett and David W. Teague. Tucson : University of Arizona Press, c1999.
Main (Gardner) Stacks PS163 .N38 1999

Mahoney, Elisabeth.
"'The People in Parentheses': Space under Pressure in the Postmodern City." In: The cinematic city
Edited by David B. Clarke. London ; New York : Routledge, 1997.
UCB MAIN PN1995.9.C513 C46 1997
Environ Design Lib. PN1995.9.C513 C46 1997

Telotte, J.P.
"Definitely--falling--down." Journal of Popular Film & Television, Spring96, Vol. 24 Issue 1, p19, 7p
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Whitelegg, Drew.
"'Keeping Them Peeled': Falling Down, Vision and Experience in the Modern City." Scope: An Online Journal of Film Studies, pp. (no pagination), 2000 Jan

Zilberg, Elana.
"Falling Down in El Norte: A Cultural Politics & Spatial Poetics of the ReLatinization of Los Angeles." Wide Angle 20.4, October 1998
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Manhatta

Chang, Chris
"Manhatta." Film Comment v. 39 no. 5 (September/October 2003) p. 17
"In 1920, precisionist painter Charles Sheeler and photographer Paul Strand collaborated on Manhatta, widely regarded as the first American avant-garde film. The 11-minute, 35 mm, black-and-white silent short depicts a day in the life of New York City, surveying five square blocks of lower Manhattan from a variety of often vertiginous angles. The film is chronologically positioned as progenitor of the so-called City Symphony film, its offspring including Walter Ruttmann's Berlin Symphony, Joris Ivens's Rain, and Dziga Yertov's Man with the Movie Camera." [Art Index]

Gerstner, David A.
"Manhatta: A National Self-Portrait." In: Manly arts : masculinity and nation in early American cinema / David A. Gerstner. Durham : Duke University Press, 2006.
MAIN Stack PN1995.9.M46.G47 2006

Hillard, Derek.
"Walter Ruttmann's Janus-Faced View of Modernity: The Ambivalence of Description in Berlin. Die Sinfonie der Grossstadt." Monatshefte fur Deutschsprachige Literatur und Kultur. 96 (1): 78-92. 2004 Spring.

Horak, J. C.
"Paul Strand and Charles Sheeler's Manhatta." In: Lovers of cinema : the first American film avant-garde, 1919-1945 / edited by Jan-Christopher Horak. Madison, Wis. : University of Wisconsin Press, c1995.
MAIN Stack PN1995.9.E96.L68 1995

Horak, J. C.
"Modernist perspectives and romantic desire: Manhatta." Afterimage v. 15 (November 1987) p. 8-15

Horak, J. C.
"Modernist perspectives and romantic impulses : Manhatta." In: Paul Strand : essays on his life and work / [by] Robert Adams ... [et al.] ; edited by Maren Stange. New York : Aperture, c1990.
Environ Dsgn TR140.S7345.P3 1990
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Strand: Under the Dark Cloth[videorecording]
resents an overview of the life and career of photographer Paul Strand. Features Strand's most famous photographs, clips from his films, and interviews with his wife, friends, and collaborators. DVD 2840

Suarez, Juan A.
"City space, technology, popular culture: the modernism of Paul Strand and Charles Sheeler's 'Manhatta'." ('Manhatta' was a 1921 film showing images of New York, New York) Journal of American Studies, April 2002 v36 i1 p85(22).
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"The portrayal of city space in photographer Paul Strand's and painter Charles Sheeler's 1921 documentary film 'Manhatta' is analyzed. By focusing on architectural and technological abstractions, the film denied cultural and other social differences. This reveals elements of early twentieth century American thought about cities and of modernism." [Expanded Academic Index]

Metropolis

Miscellaneous Films

Armstrong, Rachel
"Cyborg architecture and Terry Gilliam's "Brazil"." Architectural design 2000 Jan., v.70, n.1, p.[55]-57

Berrettini, Mark L.
"Private Knowledge, Public Space: Investigation and Navigation in Devil in a Blue Dress." Cinema Journal. 39 (1): 74-89. 1999 Fall.

Coulson, Anthony
"Entrapment and Escape: Readings of the City in Karl Grune's The Street and G. W. Pabst's The Joyless Street." In:Expressionist film--new perspectives / edited by Dietrich Scheunemann. Rochester, NY : Camden House, 2003. Studies in German literature, linguistics, and culture (Unnumbered)
MAIN Stack PN1993.5.G3.E94 2003

Foot, J. M.
"Cinema and the city. Milan and Luchino Visconti's 'Rocco and his brothers' (1960)." Journal of Modern Italian Studies 4 (2): 209-235 SUM 1999

Foreman, Walter C.
"Fellini's Cinematic City: Roma and Myths of Foundation." In: Perspectives on Federico Fellini / edited by Peter Bondanella and Cristina Degli-Esposti. New York : G.K. Hall ; Toronto : Maxwell Macmillan Canada ; New York : Maxwell Macmillan International, c1993.
MAIN Stack PN1998.3.F45.P47 1993
Moffitt PN1998.3.F45.P47 1993

Gan, Wendy.
"0.01cm: Affectivity and pace in Chungking Express." Scope: An Online Journal of Film Studies. : (no pagination). 2003 Nov. pgs. (no pagination).

Hilliker, Lee
"In the modernist mirror: Jacques Tati and the Parisian landscape." The French Review, Dec 2002 v76 i2 p318-329
The films of Jacques Tati are discussed in relation to Parisian modernism. 'Playtime' (1967) questions the human cost of the modernist urban environment.

James, Davie E.
"Toward a Geo-Cinematic Hermeneutics: Representations of Los Angeles in Non-Industrial Cinema-Killer of Sheep and Water and Power." Wide Angle: A Film Quarterly of Theory, Criticism, and Practice. 20 (3): 23-53. 1998 July.

Kates, Ronald.
"New Urbanism Meets Cinematic Fantasyland: Seaside, The Truman Show, and New Utopias." Studies in American Culture. 23 (2): 93-98. 2000 Oct.

Kokonis, Michael
"'Beautiful Butterflies Trapped Down by Drawing Pins': Or, Peter Greenaway's The Belly of an Architect: A Bagful of Signs and Designs." In: Semiotics around the world : synthesis in diversity : proceedings of the Fifth Congress of the International Association for Semiotic Studies, Berkeley, 1994 / edited by Irmengard Rauch, Gerald F. Carr. Berlin ; New York : Mouton de Gruyter, 1997.
Grad Svcs P99.I57 1994
MAIN Stack P99.I57 1994

Kolstrup, Søren
"Wings of Desire Space, Memory and Identity" p.o.v. Number 8, December 1999

Laine, Tarja.
"Body Horror and the Gender of Space and City." Kinoeye. 3 (8): (no pagination). 2003 July 14.

Lee, Paula Young .
"Heart o' the city: mind, body, and "The Matrix" Log 2004 Fall, n.3, p.51-67

Livorni, Ernesto.
"'I'm from Trento': The Cities of 'Senso'." In: Italian women and the city : essays / edited by Janet Levarie Smarr and Daria Valentini. Madison [N.J.] : Fairleigh Dickinson University Press ; London ; Cranbury, NJ : Associated University Presses, c2003.
MAIN Stack PQ4055.W6.I85 2003

Lukinbeal, Chris
"The map that precedes the territory: An introduction to essays in cinematic geography." GeoJournal Volume 59, Number 4 / April, 2004
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Lukinbeal, Chris
"Reel-to-Real Urban Geographies: The Top Five Cinematic Cities in North America." The California Geographer, volume 38, 1998: 64-78.

Lyssiotis, Peter; McQuire, Scott
"Liquid architecture: Eisenstein and "film noir"." Architectural design 2000 Jan., v.70, n.1, p.[6]-8, ISSN 0003-8504.
A look at the depiction of cities in the films of Eisenstein, Fritz Lang and in "Dark City" (1998).

MacCannell, Juliet Flower
"Urban Perversions." Third Text; Summer2000, Issue 51, p65-74, 10p
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The article discusses the modern city using images of city dwellers in photographs, films, philosophy, psychoanalysis, and planning. Marketing is defined as a way to produce desire. The failure of cities to be safe places is explored and attributed, in part, to a sadistic desire for enjoyment that tries to bypass others.

Macek, S.
"Places of horror: Fincher's 'Seven' and fear of the city in recent Hollywood film." College Literature 26 (1): 80-97 WIN 1999
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Maslin, Janet
"New films rethink the small town; forty years after "It's a Wonderful Life," the world beyond the cities is being portrayed as full of energy and surprises, sometimes bizarre." The New York Times Dec 21, 1986 v136 s2 pH1(N) pH1(L) col 5 (29 col in)

Massood, Paula J.
"Mapping the Hood: The Genealogy of City Space in Boyz N the Hood and Menace II Society." Cinema Journal, vol. 35, no. 2, pp. 85-97, Winter 1996.
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Massood, Paula J.
"Which Way To The Promised Land? Spike Lee's Clockers and The Legacy Of the African American City." African American Review 2001 35(2): 263-279.
"Discusses African American film director Spike Lee's Clockers (1995) in order to demonstrate how Lee links contemporary Brooklyn to black history through key departures from Richard Price's novel Clockers, on which the film is based. Lee uses the image of the train in the film to insert "the tropes of migration, mobility, and settlement into the narrative in order to place history, especially African American history, back into a dialogue with contemporary African American filmmaking." [America History and Life]

McNiven, R.D.
"Middle-class American home of the Fifties: the use of architecture in Nicholas Ray's Bigger than life and Douglas Sirk's All that heaven allows." Cinema Journal v. 22 no. 4 (Summer 1983) p. 38-57

Miljacki, Ana
"Three Episodes in the Transformation of Eastern European Urbanism." Centropa (New York, N.Y.) v. 3 no. 2 (May 2003) p. 132-40
"The writer discusses the transformation of Eastern Europe urbanism in three filmic instances. Dziga Vertov's Man With A Movie Camera (1929), was a formally radical film that captured, or perhaps more precisely, constructed an image of the Soviet City. Andrzej Wajda's Man of Marble (1976), explains the mechanism behind the propaganda and production of a new settlement, Nova Huta. Finally, Krzysztof Kieslowski's Decalogue is organized around the housing block, which becomes a stylized representation of the everday life of its inhabitants." [Art Index]

Minden, Michael.
"The City in Early Cinema: Metropolis, Berlin and October." In: Unreal City: Urban Experience in Modern European Literature and Art / edited by Edward Timms and David Kelley. pp: 193-213. Manchester: Manchester University Press, c1985.
Environ Dsgn NX542.U571 1985

O'Healy, ?ine
"Revisiting the Belly of Naples: The Body and the City in the Films of Mario Martone." Screen, vol. 40, no. 3, pp. 239-56, Fall 1999.

Olivares Merino, Julio Angel
"Dark City: Cuando las urbes sue?an con la postmodernidad." Esp?culo: Revista de Estudios Literarios, vol. 23, pp. (no pagination), March 2003.

Papapetros, S.
"Malicious Houses: Animation, Animism, Animosity in German Architecture and Film--From Mies to Murnau." Grey Room no. 20 (Summer 2005) p. 6-37
"A close reading of the final scenes in F. W. Murnau's film Nosferatu (1922). During his death scene, the vampire Nosferatu seems to address the houses behind the curtain frame. These covert exchanges between living subjects and inanimate objects are characteristic of the symptoms of modern animation (with animation understood as the transference of energy from a semi-depleted animate subject to its surrounding architecture). With his left hand on his heart and his right hand connected to his houses, the transparent Nosferatu is turned into the center of an energy circuit, as if his own inanimation is feeding into the buildings' animism. The writer goes on to discuss related issues in German art and architecture from the period." [Art Index]

Pike, David L.
"'Kaliko-Welt': The Grosstädte of Lang's Metropolis and Brecht's Dreigroschenoper." MLN, vol. 119, no. 3, pp. 474-505, Spring 2004.

Ruiz, Carrie

"The Escape from Urban Neurosis in Almodóvar's Films." Western Humanities Review; Fall2007, Vol. 61 Issue 3, p67-74, 8p
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Rhodes, John David
Stupendous, miserable city : Pasolini's Rome Minneapolis : University of Minnesota Press, c2007.
MAIN: PN1998.3.P367 R54 2007
Table of contents http://www.loc.gov/catdir/toc/ecip076/2006100453.html

Rice, Charles.
"Images at the edge of the built." Architectural design 2001 June, v.71, n.3, p.[24]-29, ISSN 0003-8504.
"Through [analysis of] Krzysztof Kie?slowski's film 'Three Colours Red,' and his own photographs of New York City and Sydney, Charles Rice provides an alternative account of the city as a space of image perception. For, rather than alienation and distraction, he finds that these spatial fantasies effectively deliver identification with the distant and unattainable."

Robertson, Barbara
"Holy Digital City, Batman!" Animation Magazine v. 19 no. 10 (October 2005) p. 62-3
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"Visual-effects supervisor Paul Franklin explains how a virtual city was created for Christopher Nolan's new film Batman Begins. Much of the film was shot in Chicago, and the digital shots were matched with digital architecture to create Bruce Wayne's hometown. Every building is a faithful reproduction of a real building in the city, with the exception of Wayne Tower, which is imaginar, though all of its components were taken from observed reality. Franklin explains how both a big aerial shot of the city and close-ups of buildings were filmed." [Art Index]

Roma nel cinema
A cura di Americo Sbardella. Roma : Semar, 2000.
MAIN: PN1995.9.R68 R66 2000

Schleier, M.
"Ayn Rand and King Vidor's Film The Fountainhead: Architectural Modernism, the Gendered Body, and Political Ideology." Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians v. 61 no. 3 (September 2002) p. 310-31
"This paper explores Ayn Rand and King Vidor's depiction of a gendered and politicized architectural discourse in the film The Fountainhead (1949), which was based on the writer's best-selling novel. The film has been examined in the contexts of Frank Lloyd Wright's influence and the impact of European modernism on the set designs. This paper expands on the work of previous scholars by considering the effects of such diverse modern architecture, theoreticians, critics, and builders as Wright, Louis Sullivan, Le Corbusier, Sheldon Cheney, and the Starett Brothers, among others, on Rand. New evidence in the Rand Archives and the Warner Brothers Archives also establishes the manner in which she appropriated architectural source materials in the service of her conservative, gender-inflected political agenda. Rand employed these sources in all aspects of the project, including plot construction, character delineation, and the depiction of the profession. Characters are signified by building types (e.g., skyscraper, housing project) or stylistic analogues, which represent their economic or political philosophies. An analysis of Rand's screenplay, her architectural borrowings, and the film's mise en scene elucidates her ideological and prescriptive agenda, namely the destruction of New Deal cooperation and subsidies, which are signified by public housing, in favor of capitalist economics, which are epitomized by skyscrapers." [Art Index]

Segre, Erica
"Reframing the City: Images of Displacement in Mexican Urban Films of the 1940s and 1950s." Journal of Latin American Cultural Studies Volume 10, Number 2 / August 2001
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Shiel, Mark.
Italian neorealism : rebuilding the cinematic city London ; New York : Wallflower Press, 2006.
MAIN: PN1993.5.I88 S55 2006
MOFF: PN1993.5.I88 S55 2006
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Silver, Alain
L.A. noir : the city as character Santa Monica, CA : Santa Monica Press, c2005.
BANC: \pf\ PN1995.9.F54 S57 2005
PFA : PN1995.9.F54 S57 2005; View current status of this item
Table of contents http://www.loc.gov/catdir/toc/ecip0510/2005009681.html

Sinclair, Iain
"London: necropolis of fretful ghosts." Sight & Sound v. ns4 (June 1994) p. 12-15
"The writer examines the representation of London, England in films. He focuses on Patrick Keiller's London, which he finds provokes reverie and honors accidental survivals, guiding the viewer backward and forward across the sacred diagonals of the city. Other films considered include Hitchcock's Frenzy, Michael Powell's Peeping Tom, Arthur Woods' They Drive by Night, Jules Dassin's Night and the City, and Christopher Petit's London Labyrinth." [Art Index]

Strathausen, Carsten
"Uncanny Spaces: The City in Ruttmann and Vertov." In: Screening the city Edited by Mark Shiel and Tony Fitzmaurice. London ; New York : Verso, 2003.
Environ Dsgn PN1995.9.C513.S37 2003
Main Stack PN1995.9.C513.S37 2003

Taj, H. Masud.
"Snowsled on Fire: Celluloid Architecture in Citizen Kane." Indian Journal of American Studies, vol. 22, no. 2, pp. 69-73, Summer 1992.

Tobe, Renée
"Frightening and Familiar: David Lynch's Twin Peaks and the North American Suburb." In: Visual culture and tourism / edited by David Crouch and Nina Lubbren. Oxford; New York : Berg, 2003.
ANTH: G155.A1 V58 2003
MAIN: G155.A1 V58 2003

Tomasulo, Frank P.
"The Architectonics of Alienation: Antonioni's Edifice Complex." Wide Angle: A Film Quarterly of Theory, Criticism, and Practice, vol. 15, no. 3, pp. 3-20, Summer 1993.

Trachtenberg, Alan
"The modernist city of film noir: the case of Murder, my sweet." In: American modernism across the arts / edited by Jay Bochner and Justin D. Edwards. p. 284-302 New York : Peter Lang, c1999. Studies on themes and motifs in literature ; vol. 46
MAIN Stack NX504.A545 1999

Tryon, Charles.
"Virtual cities and stolen memories: temporality and the digital in Dark City." Film Criticism Winter 2003 v28 i2 p42(21)
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"How digital technologies are perceived to transform the film medium is one of the key questions associated with modern science fiction and fantasy film. The linearity and fixed temporal rhythms of film may be replaced by the potentially fragmented rhythms of digital culture. This apparent transformation of cinematic constructions of time and memory reworks our understanding of what it means to be human. With its frequent meditations on definitions of the human and its use of special effects, the science fiction genre serves as a useful guide for exploring these questions. The 1998 Alex Proyas' film "Dark City" is used to consider the relationship between digitized constructions of cinematic time and the construction of the human." [IIPA]

Voss, Karen.
"Replacing L. A.: Mi Familia, Devil in a Blue Dress, and Screening the Other Los Angeles." Wide Angle: A Film Quarterly of Theory, Criticism, and Practice. 20 (3): 156-81. 1998 July.

Weiner, Howard R.
"The Cinema and the City." Journal of Popular Culture Issue: 3:4 (1970:Spring) p.825
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Wills, David.
"Designs on the Body: Film/Architecture/Writing." Assemblage: a Critical Journal of Architecture & Design Culture. 19:97-105. 1992 Dec
Discussed Peter Greenaway's Belly of an Architect

Woodward, Antony
"Architecture and film: Barcelona." Perspectives on architecture 1995 Feb., v.2, n.10, p.20, ISSN 1352-7584.

Woodward, Antony
"Architecture and film: Batman Forever [and] Judge Dredd." Perspectives on architecture 1995 Sept., v.2, n.17, p.20

Woodward, Antony
"Architecture and film: Casino Perspectives on architecture 1996 Feb.-Mar., v.3, n.21, p.24,

Woodward, Antony
"Architecture and film: the City of Lost Children." Perspectives on architecture 1995 Nov., v.2, n.19, p.22, I

Woodward, Antony
"Architecture and film: Johnny Mnemonic, Virtuosity, and Lawnmower Man 2. Perspectives on architecture 1995 Dec.-1996 Jan, v.2, n.20, p.22

Woodward, Antony
"Architecture and film [film noir]." Perspectives on architecture 1996 Apr.-May, v.3, n.22, p.24, ISSN 1352-7584.
On "neo-noir" films, including Seven, The Usual Suspects and Harvest.

Woodward, Antony
"Architecture and film: Shawshank Redemption." Perspectives on architecture 1995 Apr., v.2, n.12, p.20,

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