Subject: ADFF Spring 2016 Newsletter

May 5, 2016

Spring is in the air and ADFF has great plans for 2016!
Mark your calendars for these
important ADFF events in the fall.

September 28 - October 2
Chelsea Bow Tie Cinemas

November 16 - 20
Los Angeles Theatre Center

This year’s SHORT FILMS WALK, our third, with feature over 30 short films at more than a dozen Soho showrooms. 
September 21
Soho Design District, NYC
6 - 9pm

ADFF and our partner Louisiana Architectural Foundation will bring the film festival to New Orleans at two venues—the historic Carver Theatre and the new Broad Theatre.

New Orleans
August 11 - 13

Speaking Events in NYC with ADFF Festival Director Kyle Bergman

May 7

Virtual Reality: Exploring the Built Environment in Three Dimensions

Design journalist Michael Cannell sits with Kyle Bergman (Architect and ADFF Founder/Director), Stephanie Riggs (Founder, Sunchaser Entertainment) and Ailyn Mendoza (Director of Architecture & Client Services, IrisVR) to discuss the latest developments in virtual reality and its impact on the built environment.

For tickets, click here.

May 11
Seaport District NYC / Culture District

Downtown Dialogues: Andrew Essex, Kyle Bergman and James Sanders

Andrew Essex is the Chief Executive Officer of Tribeca Enterprises and the Tribeca Film Festival. Kyle Bergman founded the Architecture & Design Film Festival (ADFF) and also founded the publishing company Alt Spec. James Sanders, AIA, is an architect, author, filmmaker and director of the Seaport Culture District.

Space is limited. RSVP HERE
Other ADFF Events in NYC 

Soho House Screening*
May 16 - New York
May 23 - Chicago & West Hollywood

May will be the final screening of our Soho House Series. We will conclude with The Happy Film, about Austrian graphic designer Stefan Sagmeister and his exploration to redesign his personality to become a better person. Is it possible to train his mind to get happier?

* for Soho House members only
May 6-8
Brooklyn Expo Center
72 Noble St.
Brooklyn, NY

Sponsored by the Architecture & Design Film Festival, Sunchaser Entertainment presents two virtual reality experiences. Explore Brooklyn architecture with Tiltour or travel to Africa in "Kanju," a 2016 Tribeca Film Festival Official Selection VR documentary.

Take a seat on one of Humanscale’s Ballo chairs and be immersed in 360 degrees of the people and places that make Brooklyn unique.

For tickets, click here.

In Memoriam
Jane Jacobs would have turned 100 yesterday. She was a journalist, author and activist best known for her book, The Death and Life of Great American Cities, which argued that urban renewal did not respect the needs of most city-dwellers.
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