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- Intellect Books
- Harris, Scott Jordan (ed.)
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- 50 colour plates
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World Film Locations: San Francisco279Skickas inom 5-8 vardagar.
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An extraordinarily beautiful city that has been celebrated, criticized, and studied in many films, San Francisco is both fragile and robust, at once a site of devastation caused by the 1906 earthquake and a symbol of indomitability in its effort to rebuild afterwards. Its beauty, both natural and manmade, has provided filmmakers with an iconic backdrop since the 1890s, and this guidebook offers an exciting tour through the film scenes and locations that have made San Francisco irresistible to audiences and auteurs alike. Gathering more than forty short pieces on specific scenes from San Franciscan films, this book includes essays on topics that dominate the history of filmmaking in the city, from depictions of the Golden Gate Bridge, to the movies of Alfred Hitchcock, to the car chases that seem to be mandatory features of any thriller shot there. Some of America's most famous movies-from Steven Spielberg's Raiders of the Lost Ark to Hitchcock's Vertigo to Don Siegel's Dirty Harry - are celebrated alongside smaller movies and documentaries, such as The Wild Parrots of Telegraph Hill, to paint a complete picture of San Francisco in film. A range of expert contributors, including several members of the San Francisco Film Critics Circle, discuss a wide spectrum of films from many genres and decades, from nineteenth-century silents to twentieth-century blockbusters. Audiences across the world, as well as many of the world's greatest film directors - including Buster Keaton, Orson Welles, George Lucas, Francis Ford Coppola, David Fincher, and Steven Soderbergh - have been seduced by San Francisco. This book is the ideal escape to the city by the bay for armchair travelers and cinephiles alike.
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"An elegant tribute to the films and locations that have given New York its private real estate in our minds. The contributors are so immediately readable and movie-savvy." (Roger Ebert)"
Scott Jordan Harris is a culture critic for the Daily Telegraph, a contributor to the BBC's Film Programme, and a UK correspondent for Roger Ebert. He is the author or editor of several books, most recently, World Film Locations: Chicago, also published by Intellect.
Maps/Scenes Scenes 1-8 - 1898-1947 Scenes 9-16 - 1951-1963 Scenes 17-24 - 1967-1974 Scenes 25-32 - 1974-1984 Scenes 33-39 - 1986-1995 Scenes 40-46 - 1996-2011 Essays San Francisco: City of the Imagination - Omar Moore The Golden Gate Bridge: Gateway, Escape Route and Battleground - Neil Mitchell City of Shadows: A Brief History of Film Noir in San Francisco - Brian Darr Alfred Hitchcock Presents San Francisco: The Master and the City by the Bay - Craig Phillips Faster Than A Speeding Bullitt: San Franciscan Cinema's Famous Car Chases - Mel Valentin Callahan's City: Dirty Harry and the Mean Streets of San Francisco - Elisabeth Rappe Midnight Mission: Queer Culture and Midnight Movies in San Francisco - Jason LeRoy