Table of Contents.

@article{Cutter2016TableOC,
  title={Table of Contents.},
  author={Michael Patrick Cutter},
  journal={Continuum},
  year={2016},
  volume={22 1 Epilepsy},
  pages={9-10}
}
Title of Document: ARCHFILM: CINEMA AND THE ARCHITECTURAL PROMENADE Dominic Michael Aello Master of Architecture, 2011 Thesis directed by: Professor of the Practice, Peter Noonan, AIA Architecture Archfilm: Cinema and the Architectural Promenade, engages and addresses the complex and interwoven relationship between the virtual world of cinema and the built environment. The thesis questions whether the architectural promenade, enhanced by the cinematic use of sequence and montage, can create an… 

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