Cinematic confines of space
The subject of architecturally defined spaces in film has engaged the interest of many in both disciplines - from architects such as Odile Decq and Benoit Cornette, who defined cinema as a primary influence on their design approach, to the director of the Research Centre in European Cinema at Middlesex University, Myrto Constantarakos, who has edited a new book on Spaces in European Cinema (Intellect, Exeter 1999). However it was given little consideration by Gilda Williams in her talk ...
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