Louise Mackenzie founded The CINECITY Project in 2009. She has a background in film and architecture studying at The University of Melbourne and La Trobe University. She’s interested in the work of French film maker Jacques Tati in terms of the modern city and the filmic storytelling of Tati. She worked as a graduate architect for Multiplicity in Brunswick, Victoria. Australia. She has held exhibitions on Jacques Tati’s work at the University of Melbourne and in the Melbourne Fringe Festival and curated programs at the ACMI (Australian Centre for the Moving Image) regarding the relationships between architecture & film. She is presently a PhD student.
About this image: on the left is screen shot from google maps (2014) in the same location as the image on the right which is a still from the film “C’était un rendez-vous” (1976). [architecture & film // real & fictive]