Beyond educating and inspiring viewers about the power of design, the Architecture & Design Film Festival (ADFF) has always been about community. Now that theater screenings and in-person networking is not an option, ADFF director and founder Kyle Bergman has decided to launch a virtual festival experience, ADFF:ONLINE, as a way for the architecture and design community to remain engaged and experience several specially-curated films. We hope this online venue will serve as a virtual space for the professional design industry – and the broader community – to come together and learn about architecture and design.
From Thursday, April 16th – Sunday, April 19th (at 8pm EST and then replayed at 8pm PST), ADFF will offer one film each night, including a live introduction and special guests. Following each film, we will have a Q&A with the film’s director. For each program, there will be a modest $0.99 fee which can be purchased by clicking on the link following the film description.
The lineup includes The Human Shelter (Boris Benjamin Bertram), Glenn Murcutt: Spirit of Place (Catherine Hunter), James Hubbell – Between Heaven and Earth (Marianne Gerdes), and City Dreamers (Joseph Hillel).