Subject: ADFF Newsletter February 16

February 16, 2017

The Architecture & Design Film Festival (ADFF) is set to launch our 9th year! 
In 2017 we will be offering opportunities for audiences around the world to see our specially-curated films at festivals in seven cities. Save the dates!
Jan 10–Feb 19

Presented by Hyundai Card Design Library
ADFF:Seoul has a slightly different format than our typical events. Rather than a five-day program, this is a five-week program. Each week has a theme and features curated films that support the five themes: Monographs of Pritzker Prize-winning Architects; Women in Architecture; Architects and Films by Their Children; Residential Design and Creating Community.
April 20–23
Presented by Tulsa Foundation for Architecture

Tulsa has a rich and amazing architectural history and vibrant design community, which makes it an ideal setting for ADFF:Tulsa. On Friday night, April 21, Paul Goldberger, Contributing Editor at Vanity Fair will be on hand for a post-screening Q&A of Getting Frank Gehry followed by a book-signing of Goldberger's most recent book, Building Art: The Life and Work of Frank Gehry. Also in attendance at the festival will be Paul Makovsky, Editorial and Brand Director of Metropolis Magazine who will lead a conversation on Saturday, April 22. ADFF:Tulsa will take place at the incredible Circle Cinema, the city's oldest standing movie house. Tickets will go on sale 3/1.
July 23–25
Los Angeles Convention Center

ADFF will return to Dwell on Design and will present both short and feature films. Anybody attending Dwell on Design will be able to see ADFF films at a unique theatre being created at the show. For tickets to attend Dwell on Design 2017 and to see the films click here.
August 24–27
New Orleans, LA
Presented by the Louisiana Architecture Foundation

ADFF:NOLA is now in its 2nd season and we are adding more days and screenings to the line-up. It’s the perfect opportunity to escape NOLA's August heat and enjoy some great ADFF films in the cool and comfortable Broad Street theater. Opening night will take place at the Contemporary Arts Center in New Orleans. 
ADFF:Tippet Rise
September 22–24
Fishtail, Montana
Presented by Tippet Rise Arts Center

Tippet Rise Art Center, which opened in 2016, is a 10,260-acre working sheep and cattle ranch that exhibits large-scale, outdoor sculptures and hosts classical music performances in an acoustically-optimized music barn. ADFF:Tippet Rise will be an opportunity to bring the festival to rural Montana, and present our films in an intimate setting. In addition to the films, those who make the journey to Tippet Rise will have the opportunity to see the world-class land art at the site. Beautiful scenery, inspired art and great films. A worthwhile journey!
October 11
Presented by Soho Design District

Now in its 4th year the Short Films Walk in Soho has gained in popularity. Last year over 2,400 people attended the film programs and this year we expect to have over 20 participating showrooms. Many of the showrooms offer great raffle prizes and several lucky people went home with beautiful new design objects and furniture. Check out the largest selection of short films dedicated to architecture and design—at Soho’s leading design showrooms.
November 1–5
Cinépolis Chelsea

This fall we celebrate our 9th year in New York and this year’s festival is shaping up to be our best one yet. We have already started reviewing film submissions and there are some exciting new films in production that we hope are ready in time. There will be something for everyone interested in the creative process—design professionals and enthusiasts alike. And, like last year, we’ll screen the winner of the AIA I Look Up Film Challenge.
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