London in Cinema: The Cinematic City Since 1945
Charlotte Brunsdon’s illuminating study explores the diverse cinematic “Londons” that appear in films made since 1945. Brunsdon traces the ways in which film-makers show that a film is set in London--by use of familiar landmarks and the city’s shorthand iconography of red buses and black taxis, and the recurring patterns of representation associated with films set in the E...more
Paperback, 256 pages
Published November 26th 2007 by British Film Institute
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