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This volume of the World Film Locations series explores the city of Rome, a city rich in history and culture and imbued with a realism and romanticism that has captured the imaginations of filmmakers throughout the twentieth and twenty-first centuries. With over two and a half thousand years of continuing history, Rome has served as the setting for countless memorable films, creating a backdrop that spans all genres and emotions. World Film Locations: Rome takes the reader on a cinematic journey through the city with stops at key locations that include the Pantheon, Piazza Navona, Via Veneto, Piazza del Popolo, Sant'Angelo Bridge and, of course, the Trevi Fountain, made famous worldwide in its appearances in Federico Fellini's La Dolce Vita and Jean Negulesco's Three Coins in the Fountain. A carefully selected compilation of forty-six key films set in Rome, including The Belly of an Architect, The Facts of Murder, The Bicycle Thief, Roman Holiday, and The Talented Mr. Ripley, is complemented by essays that further examine the relationship between the city and cinema to provide an engaging, colorful, and insightful page-turning journey for both travelers and film buffs alike.
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Fler böcker av Gabriel Solomons
Gabriel Solomons is a senior lecturer at the Bristol School of Creative Arts. He is series editor of World Film Locations and editor of World Film Locations: Los Angeles.
Maps/Scenes Scenes 1-8 - 1936-1953 Scenes 9-16 - 1954-1960 Scenes 17-24 - 1960-1963 Scenes 25-31 - 1963-1980 Scenes 32-38 - 1983-1999 Scenes 39-45 - 2001-2013 Essays Rome: City of the Imagination - Pasquale Iannone Neo-realist Rome: The Gritty Side of the Eternal City - Helio San Miguel Fellini's Rome - Louis Bayman Roman Holidays: Rome as an International Destination On-screen - Alberto Zambenedetti Strange Tides: The Tiber and Its Role in the History of 'Cinema Romano' - Nicholas Page Memory Man: Nanni Moretti's Rome in Caro Diario/Dear Diary (1993) - Eleanor Andrews Cinecitt: The Highs and Lows of the 'Roman Heart' of Italian Cinema - Carla Mereu Screening Ancient Rome - Alberto Zambenedetti