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FILMography, film spaces portrayed by Christopher Moloney

Nueva York es una película en sí misma. Cada uno de los rincones de la ciudad se ha convertido en protagonista de cientos de películas. Central Park, el puente de Brooklyn o Times Square son algunos de los lugares más rápidos de reconocer en la gran pantalla, sin embargo, podríamos encontrar en cada calle de la Gran Manzana una localización de película. De esta fascinación entre el espacio real y ficticio, Christopher Moloney empezó en 2012 a retratar las escenas de sus películas favoritas en sus lugares originales. Annie Hall, El Diablo Viste de Prada, Cisne Negro o Spiderman; ninguna película puede resistirse al encanto de Nueva York. Fotogramas en blanco y negro que se llenan de color en las calles de la ciudad que nunca duerme. FILMography, el tumblr donde Moloney empezó a subir sus instantáneas sosteniendo fotogramas, crece poco a poco y Nueva York se queda pequeña. Cámara en mano, el autor viaja por el mundo buscando los lugares de sus películas favoritas. ¿Las últimas afortunadas? Roma y Nápoles, la esencia italiana por excelencia ya forman parte de este particular proyecto.

New York is a movie in itself. Every corner of the city has become the theme of hundreds of movies. Central Park, Brooklyn Bridge or Times Square are some of the places easy to be recognized on the large screen. However, we can find a location shoot of a film in each street of the Big Apple. From this fascination between the real and fictitious space, Christopher Moloney began to portrait in 2012 the favorite movie scenes in original locations. Annie Hall, The Devil Wears Prada, Black Swan or Spiderman; any movie can’t resist the charm of New York City. Frames in black and white that fill with color the streets of the city that never sleeps. FILMography, the tumblr where Moloney began to upload his snapshots holding frames grows bit by bit and New York remains too small. With a camera in his hand, the author travels the world searching for his favorite movie spots. The last lucky ones? Roma and Naples, the Italian essence par excellence that are part of this special project.

New York is a movie in itself. Every corner of the city has become the theme of hundreds of movies. Central Park, Brooklyn Bridge or Times Square are some of the places easy to be recognized on the large screen. However, we can find a location shoot of a film in each street of the Big Apple. From this fascination between the real and fictitious space, Christopher Moloney began to portrait in 2012 the favorite movie scenes in original locations. Annie Hall, The Devil Wears Prada, Black Swan or Spiderman; any movie can’t resist the charm of New York City. Frames in black and white that fill with color the streets of the city that never sleeps. FILMography, the tumblr where Moloney began to upload his snapshots holding frames grows bit by bit and New York remains too small. With a camera in his hand, the author travels the world searching for his favorite movie spots. The last lucky ones? Roma and Naples, the Italian essence par excellence that are part of this special project.

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