“Architecture Film Night” is an exciting showcase of films that inform and inspire about architecture, urban design, and public spaces. This event is presented in partnership with Brisbane Open House, URBNE Films and the Princess Theatre.
The film night includes a selection of local and international short films and feature documentaries. The feature film Microtopia explores ideas on small, mobile or temporary architecture with today’s increasing population, technological gains, and more mobile society.
It’s a great chance to also celebrate the history of the beautiful Princess Theatre, and relive its days when it was once a movie-house and performance space in 1914 to 1942.
- Time: 5:30pm for 6pm film start (8pm end)
- Date: Friday, 2nd October
- Venue: Princess Theatre. 8 Annerley Road, Woolloongabba
- Food: Drinks, popcorn and movie snacks on sale by Alphabet Café
- Tickets: (eventbrite) $6.50
5:30pm – 6pm = Seating and Snacks
6:00pm-6:45pm = Short Films
- City Sounds (Mexico)
- Dissing+Weitling: The Bicycle Snake (Denmark)
- Scent – The Unseen Dimension (Switzerland)
- On the Verge (Netherlands)
- 50 years in Paradise (Australia)
- I LIKE Blue (Portugal)
- Robert A.M. Stern: The Limestone Jesus (US)
- All Creativity (Spain)
- Mierīgi! (Latvia)
[edit: Rewatch the whole selection here = https://vimeo.com/album/3464710]
6:45pm – 7:35pm = Feature Film
Director: Jesper Wachtmeister (2013)
In an age of increasing population and technological gains, today’s mobile society has resulted in a demand, or perhaps a dream, for portable dwellings and dwellings in new settings and situations. Microtopia explores how architects, artists and ordinary problem-solvers are pushing the limits to find answers to their dreams of portability, flexibility – and of creating independence from “the grid”. Microtopia deals with a contemporary urgent ideas that are addressed, and solved, in a very surprising way.
Find some on URBNE Films Facebook