Subject: ADFF Newsletter August 25, 2018

August 14, 2018

The ADFF 2017/2018 season of films will end this tour on August 23-26 in New Orleans. This will be our third annual ADFF:NOLA. The event is presented by the Lousiana Architecture Foundation and we will be screening 26 films To purchase tickets or for more info click here.
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A pre-festival film screening will take place on August 18 at the New Orleans Museum of Art. The films will be Not Previously Seen: The Groundbreaking Design Work of Barbara Stauffacher Solomon, followed by the feature-length documentary Design Is One: Lella and Massimo Vignelli. For more info click here
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Opening night will take place in the Contemporary Arts Center in New orleans and we screen BIG TIME and a short film about The Wiener brothers Shreveport's most famous — and prolific — modern architects,
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The ADFF 2018/2019 season will be our 10th season of presenting film festvail. We began in 2009 in one theatre in Vermont and have grown to be the largest film festvail dedicated to the creative spirit of Architecture & Design.  

We would like to announce seven events for the 2018/2019 season with more to be announced in the coming months. Save the dates for the following ADFF events. 

October 3, 2018
Short Films Walk: NY (5th Year)
SoHo Design District

October 16-21, 2018
ADFF: NY (10th Year)
Cinepolis Chelsea & SVA Theatre

February 20-24, 2019 
ADFF: DC (2nd Year)
National Building Museum

March 9, 2019
Short Films Walk: LA (2nd Year)
Helms Design District

March 13-17, 2019 
ADFF: LA  (3rd year)
Los Angeles Theatre Center

April 2019 
ADFF: ATHENS (2nd year)
Benaki Museum 

August 2019 
ADFF: NOLA (4th Year)
Contemporary Arts Center 

On October 16, 2018 ADFF:NY will have its opening night screening and party. This October we are proud to have the world premiere of Leaning Out 
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2018 / 59 min / USA
AlbertFrey, the unpretentious Swiss-born mid-20th century architect, aided in the introduction of Corbusian-influenced modernism to the United States. Through his innate curiosity of the American landscape, he developed an extraordinary design style, blending industrial techniques and a love of nature.
This film explores his formative years while working closely with Le Corbusier in Europe. It also shows his important  transition to America, including the famed Aluminaire House, the Canvas Weekend House, the New York Museum of Modern Art, as well as his Kocher-Samson Building in Palm Springs. The film reveals why Frey is such a significant force in the development of modernism in the United States.

Image :  Courtesy of Leslie E Robertson
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