- Fri 6 Oct - 20:00
Splendid film about the 1930s construction of a stunning house designed by Richard Neutra for the rich and powerful Brown family on the east coast of the United States. Windshield would be a dream house, fitted with all the latest technical wizardry, with large spaces for enjoying performances and concerts. Using spectacular footage from the family film archive, Elissa Brown, granddaughter of the client John Nicolas Brown, tells of the tragic fate that befell the house twice. Images that evoke the world of Fitzgerald’s The Great Gatsby.