No Leftovers No Left Out - AFFR
9–13 Oct 2024
film • stad • architectuur

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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 History

The Architecture Film Festival Rotterdam (AFFR) was established in 2000, and the foundation organized its festival the same year as the first architecture film festival in the world. Festivals also took place again in 2001 and 2003. In 2007 AFFR made a fresh start after a few years of silence. In 2009 the event expanded significantly in terms of visitor numbers and programming.

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Now on show: films by AFFR founder Jord den Hollander

Over the coming weeks, films by Jord den Hollander – architect, filmmaker and founder of AFFR – will be screened at various venues. Don't miss them!
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No Leftovers No Left Out

No Leftovers No Left Out

It’s time to redefine the notion of ‘waste’, and the new definition should focus on everything that lives. Big words, so an example is needed: the public passage that Ensemble Studio built in Santiago de Compostella in Spain out of waste material from a quarry and recycled CDs. The passage forms the border between a private garden and a public park. Stones loosely stacked into classical geometric shapes are positioned on the side of the park. Rows and rows of CDs form a translucent yet closed rear wall. The film captures how the passage is used to rest, wander and play. What sticks out most of all is the serenity of this object made of waste.

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  • Scrap & No Leftovers No Left Out
  • sa 07 oct 11:30 - lv cinema 3
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    It’s time to redefine the notion of ‘waste’, and the new definition should focus on everything that lives. Big words, so an example is needed: the public passage that Ensemble Studio built in Santiago de Compostella in Spain out of waste material from a quarry and recycled CDs. The passage forms the border between a private garden and a public park. Stones loosely stacked into classical geometric shapes are positioned on the side of the park. Rows and rows of CDs form a translucent yet closed rear wall. The film captures how the passage is used to rest, wander and play. What sticks out most of all is the serenity of this object made of waste.

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    film • city • architecture 9 - 13 Oct. 2024