Photos from Popular Movie Scenes Held Up in Front of Real World Location

FILMography by New York City journalist Christopher Moloney is an ongoing project in which he finds the particular location that popular movie scenes were filmed at and then holds a printed still from the movie scene in front of its corresponding real world location. Head on over to Moloney’s Tumblr to see more from the FILMography project.

For projects similar to this be sure to check out the work of Ben Heine and Khánh Hmoong, in which both artists brilliantly juxtapose photographs or illustrations with real world settings.

Breakfast at Tiffany’s – Tiffany & Co., New York

Home Alone – Radio City Music Hall, New York

Elf – Textile Building, New York

You’ve Got Mail – Cafe Lalo, New York

You’ve Got Mail – Riverside Park, New York

Carlito’s Way – Grand Central Terminal, New York

Ghost – Federal Hall, New York

The Avengers – Bethesda Terrace, New York

The Boondock Saints – Toronto

When Harry Met Sally – New York