Capítulo III _ Cinema - Comunicação

La connexité de l’architecture et du cinéma : Analyser et développer les relations de réciprocité.

Carol-Anne BAUDE
Laboratoire LARSH – DeVisu, France


Architecture in cinematographic works is an essential element. Cinema and architecture are modes of representation. The directors and producers share with us their world and life representation, through their works. Architecture is one of the means used to send us these messages by conveying their own representation created by their architect. This has the effect of showing life and the world from a different angle which leads to a reflection and a reaction from the spectators. However, spectators do not pay much attention to it. Despite this development, the relationships between these two fields (architecture and cinema) remain vague and non-instinctive. So, why is architecture important in cinema? And how does cinema bring something to architecture? A reflection following a logic of circular causality leads us to launch two hypotheses to carry out this work. On the one hand, the cinema is one of the vectors of communication which makes it possible to make known a city and / or a country and, on the other hand, the architecture in the cinema allows the spectators to project themselves in a place, in a time and in an emotion. The objective will be the connection and meaning of cinema and architecture.

Palavras-chave Architecture, Cinema, Connectedness, Scenery, Communication.
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