With the second edition of the series ARCHITECTURE ON FILM BOZAR Cinema and Architecture, together with JAP, focus once again on architecture portrayed on film. Which is an excellent medium for introducing architecture to a wide public. The images are accessible and tell the story behind a building from different perspectives, while the editing and camera movements permit an attractive presentation of the buildings themselves.
printed on 23-10-2017
Ongoing and forthcoming
Seated at his drawing table, a cigarette in his mouth, the Portuguese architect Álvaro Siza addresses director Iain Dilthey's camera. A committed socialist and passionate smoker, Siza is one of the ma...Tickets More info
"The essence of architecture is to open up the hearts of people and to move them in such a way that they are happy to be on this earth," says the master of minimalist architecture Tadao Ando. This doc...Tickets More info
Built in Brno between 1929 and 1930 in the functionalist style by the German architect Ludwig Mies van der Rohe, the Villa Tugendhat, named after the family of industrialists who own it, is one of the...Tickets More info