This chapter sums up the key findings of this study on the cinematographic geography of Liverpool. It shows how cinematic geographies are complicit in the production and expansion of virtual spaces of the city, and how they both constitute and facilitate forms of urban mediation in which cities may be ‘known’ in more complex ways. The chapter describes the influence of films and cinematographic tourism on the way cities are imagined and on the geographical reconfiguration of material urban landscapes.
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