Film has a long and varied history of interacting with architecture, revealing a cinematic fascination with the aesthetic qualities, narrative possibilities and symbolic connotations of buildings. These structures may be silent and unmoving, but they nonetheless have a great deal of communicative potential on screen, as Anthony Carew outlines.
Screens in the Classroom, middle years, senior secondary, Columbus, Kogonada, Cathedrals of Culture, The Fountainhead, Ayn Rand, The Towering Inferno, High-Rise, Citizen Kane, Tsai Ming-liang, Kleber Mendonça Filho, Exhibition, Lethal Weapon 2, Los Angeles Plays Itself, Thom Andersen, Cremaster 3, Matthew Barney, The Double, Rear Window, Holiday, Reality, The Great Beauty, La Sapienza
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