01 Presenting the artistic and Architectural Innovation in the city
The movie could be the witness of all the evolutions and all the creative works which are done in the city. However, the creativity evolves in a way that we have never seen before. The cinema does not give a name to this world like social sciences do; but it shows us beyond the “named” world. Representations of public everyday space contain historical narratives, and finding the underrepresented ones gives us a more inclusive socio-historical understanding of a city’s environment. The conditions of the postmodern city complicate the legibility of these narratives. When the moving image came to prominence at the beginning of the 20th century, the understanding of architectural and urban space and our connection to it was transformed by film’s capacity to trace the spatial dimension and shifting points of views in architecture and design. Sample Issues: Creative Architecture, Facades, Graffiti and Street Arts, Architecture for Urban Living.
02 Promotion of Better Living Conditions for Inhabitants
movies can deal with urban living and explore, in one way or another, how cities are not necessarily designed for people. Quite the opposite, in fact, they demonstrate how our urban environments often dehumanize us. Are we thriving in our cities, or simply surviving in them? Films can examine what makes a city a home or a hell for a human. Some of us are enchanted by the excitement, culture and buzz of urban living, and some of us want to run for the hills. Films also can take us on that worldwide trip, looking at the human need for intimacy and inclusion, and explores how cities might be built to better serve the lives of the people who live in them. Sample Issues: Livable Cities, Women and City, City for Disabled, City for Children.
03 Facilitate Interaction Among the Members of Society
Movies and cities are alike in one specific way that they can provide a means for members of society to interact with each other. Through films different groups of people can hear other people’s voices, they can be informed of what they think about. In other hand, daily life in city is the basic way for citizens to make their daily interaction with the world beyond their own homes, Creative cities provide more of the places with interaction facilities
04 Creative and esthetic Atmosphere
In urban life creative and esthetic Atmosphere combines with rhythm into the elements of the city which are streets, houses, cinemas, shopping malls, transportation systems. The circulation in space is combined by these elements through movement. In architecture movement and rhythm can be gathered by texture, light, proportion, scale or color. The main theme movement also has its existence with users and other incomes like nature. While living in a city the acts which cannot be separated like fears, desires, and attractions, ambitions, combine with urbanism. These acts also depend on time and picture the experience of spaces so on cities. Sample Issues: City for artists, artistic agencies in urban living,
05 Promote and Re-affirm Social and Cultural Roots and Identity (Sense of Belonging)
One of the main novelties about film had been the fact that it was apparently able to capture the roots and identity through time. In doing so, it depicted movement as it spread-out. By depicting various kinds of transfer, passage, shift or interchange, film became involved in the exploration of space in its cultural context. With movies, the representation of the special breath of life that goes through all of us from the moment we are born until the last of our traces are preserved for another person’s memory. Sample Issues: modern urban monuments