Into the Paradise Machine - AFFR
9–13 Oct 2024
film • stad • architectuur

Film – City – Architecture

AFFR explores the relationship between film, cities and architecture by programming and screening architecture films and by organizing introductions and debates.

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AFFR part of Cultuurplan
2025 – 2028

We’re pleased to announce that AFFR has received a positive - and even laudatory - advice from the Cultuurplan Advisory Committee for the period 2025-2028, which is certainly something to be proud of: "In recent years, Architecture Film Festival Rotterdam…
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Into the Paradise Machine

The late 1960s saw the appearance across the Netherlands of Center Parcs, bungalow complexes for family holidays. Their design was rooted in both modernist and Catholic ideals. Architecture office Van den Broek and Bakema designed these parks, which all had an identical house style and spatial organization. Around 800 uniform single-family homes lie scattered around a lake in wooded areas. A covered hall houses a subtropical adventure pool and restaurants. Photo and video artist Niklas Goldbach accompanies his film with a live performance. He reads a selection of letters by Jaap Bakema, which the architect wrote when he was imprisoned in a German deportation camp in northern France in 1943.

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  • Into the Paradise Machine & Live performance Niklas Goldbach
  • fr 06 oct 15:15 - lv cinema 4
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    The late 1960s saw the appearance across the Netherlands of Center Parcs, bungalow complexes for family holidays. Their design was rooted in both modernist and Catholic ideals. Architecture office Van den Broek and Bakema designed these parks, which all had an identical house style and spatial organization. Around 800 uniform single-family homes lie scattered around a lake in wooded areas. A covered hall houses a subtropical adventure pool and restaurants. Photo and video artist Niklas Goldbach accompanies his film with a live performance. He reads a selection of letters by Jaap Bakema, which the architect wrote when he was imprisoned in a German deportation camp in northern France in 1943.

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    film • city • architecture 9 - 13 Oct. 2024