From Wim Wenders' Lisbon to Fatih Akin's Istanbul: Producing the Cool City in Film

Koksal, O. 2015. From Wim Wenders' Lisbon to Fatih Akin's Istanbul: Producing the Cool City in Film. in: Ozkan, D. (ed.) Cool Istanbul: Urban Enclosures and Resistances Bielefeld transcript Verlag. pp. 81-101

Chapter titleFrom Wim Wenders' Lisbon to Fatih Akin's Istanbul: Producing the Cool City in Film
AuthorsKoksal, O.
EditorsOzkan, D.
Abstract

This article analyses the idea of "cool" and its production in relation to cities and their representation in film. It focuses on Wim Wenders' 1995 film "Lisbon Story" and Fatih Akin's "Crossing the Bridge" (2005) and examines how they represent their respective cities and how this image relates to other representations of the cities.

KeywordsFatih Akin, Wim Wenders, Word Cinema, Lisbon, Istanbul
Book titleCool Istanbul: Urban Enclosures and Resistances
Page range81-101
Year2015
Publishertranscript Verlag
Publication dates
Published in printApr 2015
Published31 Dec 2014
Place of publicationBielefeld
ISBN9783837627633
9783839427637
Digital Object Identifier (DOI)https://doi.org/10.14361/transcript.9783839427637.79
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