The selection includes the following films:
13:00 – Inside Prora (100’)
On the Baltic coast lies the ‘Monster by the Sea’, the longest building in the world: Prora. A holiday resort built by the Nazis, military base during the GDR era, and now an experimental object for property developers.
15:00 – Architecture Must Blaze (55’)
Wolf D. Prix has been shaking up the world of architecture since the 1970s. He and Helmut Swiczinsky founded the architecture firm Coop Himmelb(l)au, standard bearer of deconstructivism.
16:15 – The American Sector (67’)
A road trip past fragments of the Berlin Wall in all corners of the United States. Pieces of wall that have acquired all sorts of unexpected meanings for Americans.
18:15 – Making a Mountain (52’)
Making a Mountain follows the development of Bjarke Ingels’s ambitious project CopenHill, the world’s cleanest waste-to-energy plant, with a rooftop ski slope as the icing on the cake.