Maps often appear in television weather reports or news broadcasts, as background (as above) or foregrounded as a motif (as below):
Here are eight further instances of maps on tv screens in films:
'He isn’t narrative, we can only just sense that he once was narrative; he is physical. What has happened? He is, for us, a character endowed with a certain weight and with a paper surface. We have the assurance that he is readable, that he is hidden, that nothing is written on him, hence that he is indecipherable. Even before that, it’s the certainty that this is a game, that this paper’s weight isn’t destined to last, that we alone will be able to read the map in which he has become stuck like an insect.'
Jean-Louis Schefer, 'La Carte routière', in L'Homme ordinaire du cinéma (Paris: Gallimard-Cahiers du cinéma, 1997), p.67.