Documenting the ‘then’ and ‘now’ of movie locations worldwide.

ReelStreets is the study of commercially distributed world cinema and TV films with outside, recognisable, built-up locations and the changes that time, war or development may have occasioned. We are looking for location identifications, information, snippets, anecdotes or references. We will mention anyone who helps and give full credit for all location shots or information received and similarly, for any Google, Bing or third party shot sent in, in support of a previously unidentified location.

To view the now location shot, just click on the screen captures dated Tab.

Can you help? – Currently there are 2055 films listed on the site featuring 52730 original screen captures with 25977 comparison shots and this is growing daily. If you have any information, read here to find out how you can get involved.

Latest News

Renown Film Festival – 2019

Viewers of Talking Pictures TV, buyers of DVD’s from Renown Films or even those that have attended the Festival in previous years may well be aware that tickets are now on sale for next years event, scheduled for Sunday 24th March. The success of our good friends earlier Festivals has meant a change to a…

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Display Problem – Updated

We are aware that some films are displaying only 39 Screen Captures when there should be, often, many more. The problem has been identified and we are in the process of correcting those films that to our knowledge have been affected. These are: The Whisperers : Melody (aka S.W.A.L.K) : The Weapon : The Lady…

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Namedropper!: an unorthodox autobiography…….

…..told through five decades of the music and entertainment business. That’s the full title of the latest book by Chris Phipps, you may recall Forget Carter: Newcastle on Film and Television that he published earlier this year. Written from an insider’s extraordinary working encounters and working relationships with over fifty global super-stars including John  Mills, James Mason,…

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