October 3-6, 2013 Milano Design Film Festival, Milan, Italy
MILANO DESIGN FILM FESTIVAL will showcase the best in recent films on design through a variety of special screening events – each including discussions with dynamic designers, architects, filmmakers, magazines, architecture/design schools directors and pundits from Italy and around the globe, 3 – 6 October 2013 (4 DAYS), at Apollo spazioCinema, Galleria De Cristoforis 3, Milano.
MiCue Milano Design and U.S nonprofit foundation Design Onscreen, with the patronage of the Comune di Milano, are proud to present this first-ever series of film events in Milano.
MILANO DESIGN FILM FESTIVAL will feature receptions, onstage discussions, audience Q&As and music, as well as the participation of Milano’s design experts and distinguished faculty and students. Each event will be geared to bring together, entertain and challenge the Milano design community. And unlike most film festivals, our goal is to make as many events as possible free and open to the public. All the Design Schools of Milan will be involved.
We are working to bring to the Festival the best and latest movies of Architecture and Design made in the world.
Design Onscreen and the Denver Film Society team up again to present the 5th Annual Architecture + Design Film Series in Denver. The Film Series will showcase about 14 films over 12 days in September. At least 11 of these films are Colorado Premieres and have never been publicly screened in Colorado before this Film Series.
Films tentatively in the line up include:
Fallingwater: Frank Lloyd Wright’s Masterwork (Colorado Premiere) which features interviews from his apprentices, the son of an industrialist who commissioned a vacation home over a waterfall, and rare home movie footage; (view trailer here)
Fortuny and the Magic Lantern (Colorado Premiere) about the beautiful creations of Spanish designer Mariano Fortuny, which are inspired by the Orient and the Renaissance; and
The Human Scale (Colorado Premiere)–a thought-provoking film about Danish architect and professor who challenges us to design the modern urban city in a way that takes into account human needs and intimacy, rather than repelling it.
We will post the full schedule on the Design Onscreen website, and individual tickets and film passes will be sold through the Denver Film Society (www.DenverFilm.org) in the coming weeks. Films often sell out, so buy your tickets online as soon as they are sold. All films will be screened at the Sie FilmCenter, 2510 East Colfax Avenue, Denver.
Celebrate the best in films on architecture and design at eleven screening events, featuring 13 films, including discussions with dynamic filmmakers, architects and design experts, plus five receptions hosted by Denver’s favorite eateries, retail stores and galleries.
Films will screen on Thursdays at 7pm ($25 DFS members/20 non-members, including receptions), Fridays at 4:30pm ($12/$10), and Saturdays at 2pm ($12/10) during the first three weeks of the series, with final screenings at 7pm on Thursday, Sept. 27 and Friday, Sept. 28 ($25/20, including receptions).
Each week brings a new focus: Modern Week (Sept. 6-8); Global Reach Week (Sept. 13-15), Icons Revisited Week (Sept. 20-22) and Sustainability Week (Sept. 27-28) with a special closing event in conjunction with the US Passive House Conference.
Director Jake Gorst’s new film Modern Tide: Midcentury Architecture on Long Island has been making the rounds at film festivals nationwide, as well as in New Zealand, since its February premiere in Palm Springs.
Now, Modern Tide has been selected to screen at the 15th annual Long Island International Film Expo, on July 12, 2012 at 12 p.m. The festival runs from July 12-19, 2012, in New York. Come join us if you are in the area.
Please join us and over 20,000 design professionals at this year’s Dwell on Design: Modern Beyond Expectations at the LA Convention Center. Four Design Onscreen films will be shown at Dwell on Design’s special screening room. The 4 films are:
DVDs of the films will be at the Dwell on Design bookstore, operated by Skylight Books. The event is free for design professionals. Non-design professionals are welcome to attend with a registration fee. To receive $5 off your registration fee, please use the code: 20dodem12. [Here’s the link to the registration page: http://dod.dwell.com/registration/]
The Inaugural Resene Architecture and Design Film Festival will feature films showcasing excellence, creativity and innovation in architecture and design.
William Krisel, Architect
Desert Utopia: Midcentury Architecture in Palm Springs
Journeyman Architect: the Life and Work of Donald Wexler
Contemporary Days: The Designs of Lucienne & Robin Day
Modern Tide: Midcentury Architecture on Long Island
Join Design Onscreen on March 22 — one day only — for six great films on architecture and design during WestWeek at the Pacific Design Center in West Hollywood, California. WestWeek is the essential industry gathering designed to inspire with over 60 cutting-edge programs.
For the first time, WestWeek will feature architecture and design film programming curated by Design Onscreen–The Initiative for Architecture and Design on Film. Check the schedule below for Read the rest of this entry »