İdil Sanat ve Dil Dergisi
Cilt 8, Sayı 61  Eylül 2019  (ISSN: 2146-9903, E-ISSN: 2147-3056)

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Cinema, which is an art and visual communication tool, provides an experience documenting the spaces and the change in space over the time. The common meeting point of cinema and architecture is the city. The usage of the city and architecture icon in the cinema are quite common. Sometimes the city itself was used as a film set, and sometimes the city was used as a film set by creating a similar place. The use of the city in cinema has sometimes played a role in promoting the city. In this application made with icons, the architectural symbol of that city also gives clues about where and when the film took place. The most prominent features of the city used in this description, also known as cinematic cities, are emphasized in the first scenes of the film. In addition to the known cities, the use of lesser known small settlements in the cinema has played an important role in the development of that city. In addition to adding value to the city in terms of the development of the economy of the city, cinema may have negative effects such as removing the settlement from the calmness of the city. In creating the image of the city, it is seen that cinema connects the audience emotionally by using architectural symbols and increases the recognition of that city. For cinema and architectural arts, movement has become a common concept. In cinema, the negative effect of life in big cities is reflected to the audience, but the comfort of the audience in small and historic towns is reflected. Symbolically London in UK, New York in USA, Paris in France and Istanbul in Turkey, cinema is the most widely used town. Domestic and foreign filmmakers often feature the historical sites of Istanbul in their films. In this study, the Doganbey Village, where the effects of cinema are examined, is a village that contains the buildings built by the Greeks and preserves its old texture and stone streets.

Keywords: Eski Doganbey, Architecture, City, Cinema, Art