The Human Shelter, which today makes its U.S. premier at the Los Angeles Architecture and Design Film Festival, explores subjects like climate change, human conflict, and urban development.
In Rams, Gary Hustwit—of Helvetica and Objectified acclaim—looks into the enduring legacy of the 86-year-old German industrial designer.
The documentary Enough White Teacups, which will be screened at the Architecture & Design Film Festival, explores designs that address challenges in sustainability, such as the Mine Kafon ball, a mine-clearing device by Afghan brothers Massoud…
Woods Bagot and SCI-Arc organized two events in Los Angeles: one on the role of architecture in film, and a second on the future of L.A. urbanism.
Prelinger's film, Lost Landscapes of New York, uses rarely-seen period footage to reveal the city's daily life and changing streetscape.
"Starship Chicago," a Documentary on Helmut Jahn's Controversial Thompson Center, Is Free to Watch Online
The 1985 building, threatened with demolition, is a riot of glass, mirrors, and blue- and salmon-colored panels that swirl around an enormous 17-story atrium.
The festival, which runs from November 1 to 5, features movies about Kevin Roche, Glenn Murcutt, Maggie's Centres, Jane Jacobs, and more.
Despite its flaws, the documentary Citizen Jane: Battle for the City is an entertaining call to action, and a reminder that when motivated individuals come together, a small corner of their world can change.
Dream Big, in theaters tomorrow, highlights the human ingenuity that brought us some of the world’s greatest structures, including the Great Wall of China and the world’s tallest skyscrapers.
Abstract is about "designers who shape the world around us—from architecture to illustration, cars to typography.”
Eric Saarinen and Tomas Koolhaas have both produced visually-stimulating architectural documentaries that give unique insight into their parents' minds and works.
Take a break from your day and watch the inspiring winners of the "I Look Up Film Challenge," a competition for short films about architecture.
In the film adaptation of J.G. Ballard's book, a few people’s domestic fantasies are enough to tear apart Anthony Royal’s Brutalist monolith.
The first film adaptation of J.G. Ballard’s classic novel "High-Rise" is a decadent romp set against a background of Brutalism.
The museum announced that it has obtained the complete cinematographic work of filmmakers Ila Bêka and Louise Lemoine.
A new documentary explores the war being waged against buildings, and against memory, in Iraq, Syria, and around the world.
￼New York–based start-up TheTake has a new way for us to consume films.
A sprawling retrospective of design’s favorite duo reveals how conscious they were of the power of their own image.
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