Category: Movie City
Scott Macaulay looks at the backstory of the New York’s Mayor’s Office of Film, Theatre and Broadcasting and how Gotham transformed itself into a true movie town.
As part of Movie City Cannes, Nick Dawson provides a little historical context for the world’s most famous and glitziest film festival.
Producer Noah Harlan, a longtime attendee of the Cannes Film Festival, presents an on-the-ground guide to the glitziest event on the film calendar.
Cinematographer Sean Williams offers up his subjective perspective on going to the movies in Tokyo.
You can still find the places Tokyo has popped up in films—in Tokyo.
A longtime Tokyo resident guides us through the narrow streets of Tokyo to find hidden cinematic gems.
Berlin resident David Hudson takes a look at the Berlin Film Festival’s new Berlinale Goes Kiez program, which pairs the city’s movie theaters with homegrown film directors.
David Parkinson, FilmInFocus’ resident film historian, casts an eye over the history of UFA, the studio that played a central role in Berlin’s cinematic history.
To celebrate the 60th anniversary of the Berlinale, Movie City takes a visit to Europe.
FilmInFocus checks into Park City to look at this Utah ski town and the Sundance Film Festival to which it plays host.
As part of Movie City Liverpool, David Parkinson provides a fascinating and thorough history of Merseyside’s multifaceted relationship with the movies.
To celebrate the release of Focus Features’ raucous comedy Pirate Radio, FilmInFocus is designating Liverpool – the musical hub of the British Invasion – as its next Movie City.
FilmInFocus makes a cinematic stopover in Minneapolis, home of the Coen brothers.