Blade Runner - Inside Perspectives: Neo Noir and the Contemporary City

9/11/2015; 49 minutes

Ridley Scott's 1982 film Blade Runner, set in a dystopian city-world of the future, presented extreme cinematographic challenges. UCSB Film and Media Studies faculty members Ross Melnick and Anna Brusutti discuss the making of the film and why it resonates so many years after its original release. (#29844)

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