On Location

On Location: Harry Lime’s Vienna in The Third Man

By Adam Scovell

Retracing the steps of one of film noir’s most iconic characters through the Austrian capital.

On Location: The London park from Michelangelo Antonioni’s Blow-Up

By Adam Scovell

Maryon Park in Charlton lies at the beguiling centre of the Italian director’s psychological mystery.

On Location: The title sequence from Jacques Tati’s Mon Oncle

By Adam Scovell

The Parisian town of Joinville provides the backdrop to the French director’s 1958 masterpiece.

On Location: The final shot from Agnés Varda’s Cleo from 5 to 7

By Adam Scovell

Paris’ Boulevard de l’Hôpital provides the setting for one of the most cherished endings in French cinema.

On Location: The footbridge from Richard Linklater’s Before Sunrise

By Adam Scovell

This unassuming overpass plays a pivotal role in Céline and Jesse’s Viennese waltz.

On Location: The dance academy from Dario Argento’s Suspiria

By Adam Scovell

A pilgrimage to one of the grandest and most iconic settings in all of horror cinema.

On Location: The bridge from Jules et Jim

By Adam Scovell

This grey structure in the centre of Paris provided the Nouvelle Vague with one of its most iconic images.

On Location: The Norman castle from Kind Hearts and Coronets

By Adam Scovell

This historic fortress is the scene of some unsavoury goings on in Robert Hamer’s classic Ealing comedy.

On Location: The house from Michael Haneke’s Hidden

By Adam Scovell

The Austrian director’s 2005 thriller is built around the mystery of place, as a visit to this Parisian setting revealed.

On Location: The house from Don’t Look Now

By Adam Scovell

The private residence featured in Nicolas Roeg’s iconic ’70s horror remains an idyllic, evocative setting.

On Location: The neo-Gothic cathedral from 1976’s The Omen

By Adam Scovell

Visiting Guilford Cathedral, the grand, eerie centrepiece of Richard Donner’s horror classic.

On Location: The Dalston house at the heart of Mike Leigh’s Naked

By Adam Scovell

Despite the widespread gentrification of east London, this quiet street appears much as it did in 1993.

On Location: The brutalist tower blocks of A Clockwork Orange

By Adam Scovell

Visiting the southeast London estate featured in Stanley Kubrick’s 1971 film makes for a dystopian experience.

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