Palladio: The Power of Architecture explores the work and impact of the Italian architect. (Graeme Churchard/Via Flickr)

Palladio and his architecture come alive in new film

“Palladio: The Power of Architecture,” a new documentary from filmmaker Giacomo Gatti, explores the work and impact of the Italian architect. By Drew Zeiba A new feature-length documentary from Italian filmmaker Giacomo Gatti exploring the impact of 16th-century...
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Architecture and Design Film Festival Do More With Less showcases how Latin American architects are building sustainable, affordable projects in their communities.

In Its 10th Year, the Architecture & Design Film Festival Emphasizes Social Justice

At the Blueprint for Better film series A’19 in Las Vegas, films from this year’s ADFF highlight how designers can remedy pressing social concerns By Kathleen O’Donnell for AIA Architect Many of the best-known architecture documentaries profile notable designers. Ta...
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Dezeen’s top 10 architecture and design movies of 2018

The top 10 movies produced by Dezeen in 2018 include our drone documentary, plus exclusive video interviews with Kengo Kuma, Frida Escobedo and Christo Sebastian Jordahn   The top 10 movies produced by Dezeen in 2018 include our first documentary, exploring how drones with...
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Architecture: the Unsung Hero of Your Favorite Film

by Olivia Jia How does the built environment–whether fictitious or entirely founded in reality–impact how we experience and process film? From lesser-known indies to blockbuster movies, the ways in which architecture and the built environment inform everything from...
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Celebrating Architecture: new film promotes diversity in architecture education and the profession at large

By Alexander Walter Nearly 94% of British architects are white, despite 14% of the UK population being of a black and minority ethnic background. […] Warren is featured […] in a new film due to premiere at the Royal College of Art (RCA) this month. Celebrating...
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Why You Should Be at This Year’s Architecture & Design Film Festival, Presented by Helms Bakery District

On Saturday, March 10 from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m., Helms Bakery District will host a day of free screenings of over 24 short films on architecture and design. By Helms Bakery District On Saturday, March 10 from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m., Helms Bakery District will host a day of free...
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Catherine Opie, Still from The Modernist (2017) (© Catherine Opie, Courtesy Regen Projects, Los Angeles)

An Eerie Ode to LA Architecture in Catherine Opie’s First Film

Now on view at Regen Projects, Opie’s silent ode to the city is solely told with still, black-and-white images. Lita Barrie LOS ANGELES — Photographer Catherine Opie has ventured into film for the first time. Known primarily as a social documenter of America’s physical,...
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Architecture and Design Film Festival comes to New York

by Dan Howarth Dezeen promotion: highlights from the Architecture and Design Film Festival taking place in New York City this week include a documentary about Australian architect Glenn Murcutt and a movie set among the modernist gems of Columbus, Indiana. The ninth edition of...
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Kogonada’s Columbus, starring John Cho and Haley Lu Richardson, closes the festival. Photo by Elisha Christian, Courtesy of Superlative Films via ADFF

Ninth annual Architecture and Design Film Festival announces lineup – Curbed

ADFF kicks off November 1 in New York City by Lauren Ro   The lineup for the ninth annual Architecture and Design Film Festival (ADFF) in New York City has been announced, and it includes over 30 feature-length and short films celebrating “the creative spirit that drives...
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Actors Haley Lu Richardson and John Cho against the backdrop of the North Christian Church by architect Eero Saarinen. (Elisha Christian/Superlative Films)

Discovering ‘Columbus’: New movie puts Midcentury architecture in the spotlight – LA Times

By Bonnie McCarthy Architecture geeks rejoice. Indie director Kogonada’s new movie, “Columbus,” is a celebration of Midcentury modernist design with a gently unfolding story of family and themes of responsibility thrown in for good measure. A master class in architectural style...
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