Koeck, Richard

Cinematic Urban Geographies

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Table of contents

1. Introduction
François Penz, Richard Koeck

Part I. Cartographic Cinema: Maps in Films and Maps as Mental Cinema

2. The Cinema in the Map – The Case of Braun and Hogenberg’s Civitates Orbis Terrarum

François Penz

3. Cinematic Cartographies of Urban Space and the Descriptive Spectacle of Aerial Views (1898–1948)
Teresa Castro

4. Charting the Criminal: Maps as Devices of Orientation and Control in Fritz Lang’s M (1931) and Francesco Rosi’s Le mani sulla città (1963)
Henry Keazor

Part II. ‘Movie Centric’ Map of Cities – Map-Reading and Ciné-Tourism

5. ‘Merely Local’: Film and the Depiction of Place, Especially in Local Documentary
Ian Christie

6. The Cine-Tourist’s Map of New Wave Paris
Roland-François Lack

7. Set-Jetting, Film Pilgrimage and The Third Man

Frederick Baker

Part III. Films as Sites of Memories – Lieux de Mémoires

8. The Cinematic Shtetl as a Site of Postmemory
Maurizio Cinquegrani

9. ‘Where Is the Dust That Has Not Been Alive?’: Screening the Vanished Polis in Stirbitch: An Imaginary

Michael Hrebeniak

10. Melancholy Urbanism: Distant Horizons and the Presentation of Place
Richard Coyne

Part IV. Cinematic Topographies Within Their Social and Cultural Practices

11. Cinematic Urban Archaeology: The Battersea Case
François Penz, Aileen Reid, Maureen Thomas

12. The Cinematic and the Televisual City: South London Revisited
Charlotte Brunsdon

13. ‘Los Angeles and Hollywood in Film and French Theory: Agnès Varda’s Lions Love… and Lies (1969) and Edgar Morin’s Journal de Californie (1970)’
Mark Shiel

Part V. Database Cinema: Visualising the Cinematic Urban Archaeology and Geo-Locating Movies in the City

14. Urban Cinematic Palimpsests: Moving Image Databases for the City
Stavros Alifragkis, Giorgos Papakonstantinou

15. Geographies of the Moving Image: Transforming Cinematic Representation into Geographic Information
Richard Koeck, Mathew Flintham

16. Ghost Cinema App: Temporal Ubiquity and the Condition of Being in Everytime
Chris Speed, Maureen Thomas, Chris Barker

Keywords: Cultural and Media Studies, Film Theory, Film History, Urban Studies/Sociology, Close Reading, Global Cinema

Publication year
Screening Spaces
Page amount
21 pages
Art, Art History
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