[Image: The final night of the architecture and film festival. From left-right, top-bottom: the wind tunnel entrance; the set-up; the intro, by Jenna Didier of M&A; and a scene from At Rest: The Body in Architecture by Michael and Alan Fleming. Photos by Nicola Twilley].
Thanks to everyone who came out last night for the final night of the film fest; it was a bit intimate – but it was still fun, and we made it through two cases of beer, so… you can’t beat that.
Anyway, I owe a huge thanks to Leslie Marcus of the Art Center College of Design for her patience, interest, and organizational help; Oliver Hess and Jenna Didier of Materials & Applications, for inviting me to help put all this together in the first place; Architecture Tours LA and Michael Maltzan Architects, our sponsors for last night’s show; and to all the filmmakers who took part – and the people who came out to see their work.
And hopefully we’ll see you again next year!
3 thoughts on “cinema.bldg: Film Fest Recap”
Thanks for organizing this – you showed some pretty cool stuff and I enjoyed it a lot.
Good – thanks for coming out. See you next year, maybe…
Great films last night. Loved ‘Declarations of Love’ and ‘Vancouverism in Vancouver’. Can you tell me how to get in touch with the filmmakers as I’d love to get copies of those? I teach in an Urban Studies and Planning dept here in LA and those films would prove quite useful.
BTW–Saw your interview on Ballardian. Super-Cannes, Concrete Island, and Drowned World are wonderful books. Some of my favorites.