Outdoors

Gili and Yaara decide to leave the city and have a fresh start, building a house in the countryside of the Galilee. But while their dream house is being built, the foundations of their relationship slowly collapse. Awards and Festivals: Winner, Best Screenplay, Asaf Saban - Haifa...

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Last Days in Shibati

In the Chinese city of Chongqing, only one old neighborhood, Shibati, has survived the government’s drive to demolish and rebuild. But not for long: here too, the narrow alleyways are being replaced by vast shopping centers. To document what will soon have disappeared for good, filmmaker Hendrick...

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The Other Side of Everything

A Belgrade apartment divided in two tells the story of a family and serves as a symbol of a country in political turmoil. The property was split on the orders of the then communist government when Srbijanka Turajlic, who was born here, was just two years old. The door leading to the other rooms was...

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When you return I’ll be living by the waterside

When you return I'll be living by the waterside is about the clash between an ambitious architect and his passionate client during the creative process of designing a perfect home. The film is a meticulous ode to an imaginary space built on conflicting interests, unanswered desires and fallen...

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Integral Man

Jim Stewart is the most published mathematician since Euclid, a concert level violinist, calculus professor, philanthropist, and gay rights activist. He spent a decade and a small fortune building the home of his dreams to reflect his two obsessions: curves and music. This is how Integral House,...

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Gaming the Real World

Can games change the world? With cities everywhere struggling to cope with the population growth that increased urbanisation brings, can video games be harnessed to help the residents, especially young people, take part in planning, and fixing their own cities? Today public spaces and entire...

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REM: Rem Koolhaas

Architecture is usually filmed from the outside, as an inanimate object. The few depictions of interiors are usually limited to still or static images of an empty building, reducing it to no more than an icon or sculpture. ‘REM’ uses an unconventional...

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Glenn Murcutt: Spirit of Place

This documentary explores the life and work of Australia's most internationally recognised Architect. The 2002 Pritzker prize winner literally put Australian architecture on the world map. The Prizker jury described him as a modernist, a naturalist, an environmentalist, an economist, a humanist and...

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Slumbering Concrete: Megastructures

A documentary series about modernist architecture, its utopian ambitions and controversial fate. The first season deals with Croatian tourist architecture – places where citizens from the East and the West could meet during the Cold War and, together with the locals, put aside their differences...

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Coastland

"Coastland" presents a fictional narrative rooted into architectural research. The story of the Western Black Sea coast begins in a distant future and goes back to its roots, only to reveal cyclical destruction and rebirth. The film is created entirely out of the author’s collection of authentic...

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16 district 16 floor 16 people

16 District, 16 Floors, 16 People", is a short film featuring a district in Yerevan, Armenia, where the legacy of the Soviet Union still occupies the minds and daily lives of the residents living in these huge unfinished monolithic structures built to write the letters CCCP. The film highlights...

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