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Film Lover's New York

Film Lover's New York

60 Legendary Addresses that Inspired Great Movies

By (author) Barbara Boespflug
By (author) Beatrice Billon


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  • This guide takes us to some of the most famous and also some lesser-known movie set locations in New York
  • Designed to travel neighbourhood by neighbourhood to facilitate visits
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A great reason to visit the Big Apple Famous American films that are universally known QR codes to watch the film trailers with your tablet or smartphone Many of the greatest film-makers have used the beautiful and exciting city of New York, as a backdrop for their work. This guide takes in some of the most famous and some of the lesser-known locations in the city, neighbourhood by neighborhood to facilitate visits.

This illustrated guide is completed by QR (quick response) codes to see all the film trailers, taking the reader to bars, restaurants, hotels, boutiques, galleries and theaters that have been used in films. The text includes anecdotes and fun ideas to discover New York as seen on the big screen.

Includes the following: 87th to 72nd St W 83rd / Café Lalo – You’ve Got Mail; W 72nd / Dakota Hotel – Rosemary’s Baby; 3rd Avenue / JG Melon Kramer vs. Kramer 65th to 51st St 20 Lincoln Center Plaza / NY City Ballet Lincoln Center Black Swan; 5th Avenue / Tiffany & Co Breakfast at Tiffany’s; Riverview Terrace Manhattan 50th to 33rd St Rockefeller Plaza / Roof Garden Rockefeller Center Spiderman; 5th Avenue E 42nd Street / New York Public Library The Day after Tomorrow 26th to 11th St W 23rd Street – Chelsea Hotel: Léon, the Professionnal, 9 ½ Weeks Prince to Greenwich Broadway / Dean & Deluca Julie & Julia; Hudson Street / Bubby The Devil Wears Prada; Moore Street / Hook & Ladder 8 – Ghostbusters Brooklyn Court Street / Bookcourt – Eat, Pray, Love; Flatbush Avenue Extension / Junior’s Sex and the City and many more…..

About the Author
Beatrice Billon has been an advertising director at one of the largest international agencies for the past twenty years. She is passionate about cinema and started her career at Studio Magazine. She takes advantage of her many international trips to visit cinema scenes that she has dreamed of, and seen on the big screen. She is the co-author of Film Lover's Paris. Barbara Boespflug is the director of entertainment at of one of the biggest media agencies in Paris. She works in cinema, video, music, shows and television that she has always been fascinated by the cinema, she uses vacation time to discover the places around the world where cult films were shot.
14th Mar 2014
Paperback / softback
World excluding France
210 mm x 150 mm
160 Pages
60 color
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