AFFR 2020 additional screenings:Spaceship Earth, An Engineer Imagines, Havana from on High & Inside Prora - AFFR

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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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Watch Online: Rotterdam Speciaal – (T)huisloos in de stad.

In cooperation with AIR, Vers Beton and Urban Guides, AFFR organized a discussion on the problem of homelessness in Rotterdam on Friday 9 October 2020. The debate followed the film What it Takes to Make a Home by Giovanni Borassi…
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AFFR 2020 additional screenings:
Spaceship Earth, An Engineer Imagines, Havana from on High & Inside Prora

Due to limited capacity of 30 people per room at LantarenVenster, we added some extra screenings of four films to the programme. Be sure to get your tickets in time, some titles are close to selling out.

AFFR 2020 additional screenings:<br>Spaceship Earth, An Engineer Imagines, Havana from on High & Inside Prora

➤ Thu 16:00 + 16:30 | Spaceship Earth
Biosphere 2 was a unique architectural and ecological experiment of particular relevance to today. Spaceship Earth tells the fascinating story of the futurist complex in which eight idealistic scientists hermetically sealed themselves off from the outside world for two years in the 1990s

➤ Thu 16:15 + 16:30 | An Engineer Imagines
Filmic ode to Peter Rice, the brilliant engineer who worked on the most iconic buildings of the twentieth century. An Engineer Imagines follows Rice’s extraordinary life, from his native Ireland and his work on Lloyd’s of London, the Centre Pompidou and Sydney Opera House, to his tragic death in 1992.

➤ Sat 13:00 | Havana from on High SOLD OUT
Arturo, Tita, José and María live on the rooftops of the crumbling capital of Havana. They took refuge here, far above the noise and stench of the bustling city. Wonderful views compensate for an existence that is a constant struggle to maintain.

➤ Sun 14:45 | Inside Prora SOLD OUT. Tickets for AFFR LIVE on Saturday 17:00 still available.
On the island of Rügen in the Baltic Sea lies one of the most megalomaniac projects built by the Nazis. The ‘Monster by the Sea’, a colossus of brickwork that stretches for kilometres, intended as a futurist holiday resort for the inhabitants of the Third Reich.

film • city • architecture 6 - 10 Oct. 2021
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