this season of films at the National Film Theatre. 'A delicious array of architectural treats, offered in celebration of the RIBA's 175th year, looks at architects, architecture, cities and therefore me and you: the real, the imagined, the oblique, the dream and, sometimes, the nightmare.'
I'd happily watch them all. I've seen LA Plays Itself before but might go and see it again. For a film fan who loves LA it is porn-like to watch; a documentary showing hundreds of clips of films and filming in LA. Michaelangelo Antonioni's L'eclisse also looks great, and Manhatta. 'The poetry of everyday life in New York City of 1921'. Yes, please.