Subject: ADFF:NY 2018 Day 4 of 6

October 19, 2018

Thursday night was another great evening at ADFF — a full house with great discussions on-stage and in the ADFF Lounge. Tonight there are eight screenings, then two full days Saturday and Sunday. Get your tickets before the films sell out!

A rush line will form 45 minutes prior to any sold out show.
Schedule for today, Friday, Oct 19th
6:30 - The world premiere of Frank Gehry: Building Justice followed by a panel moderated by Wendy Goodman, design editor of NY Magazine with Ultan Guilfoyle, the film's director; Susan Burton, founder & executive director of A New Way of Life; and Trattie Davies, critic at the Yale School of Architecture. Co-presented with New York Magazine - SOLD OUT. Rush line will form at 5:45. Tickets
6:45 - The world premiere of Leaning Out shown with the AIA Film Challenge winner Past/Presence: Saving the Spring Garden School SOLD OUTRush line will form at 6:00. Tickets

7:00 - The NY premiere of Meis on Scene: Barcelona in two acts shown with the short film STONE. This program is  co-presented with Surface. Tickets
7:15 -  Rams followed by a Q&A with the film's director Gary Hustwit. Rush line will form at 6:30. Tickets
8:45 - Built to Last – Relics of Communist Era Architecture shown with The Disappearance of Robin Hood. Tickets
9:00 - The Experimental CityCo-presented by Vitra. Tickets
9:15 - Gaming The Real World  shown with the short film Operation Jane Walk. Tickets
9:15 -  The Power of the Archive shown with two shorts; Two Pianos and Timeless Tiles: The Italian Legacy. Co-presented by Ceramics of Italy. Tickets

A few pictures from Thursday night
Joel Edwin Tower, executive dean, Parsons School of Design; Louis Becker, design principal, Henning Larsen; Anne Dorte Riggelsen, ambassador and consul general, Danish Consulate in New York; and Kelsey Keith, editor-in-chief, Curbed

Gary Hustwit, the director of Rams

Chris Kraig of Suite NY and Alan Hess, architect and historian

Maria Sepulveda, principal of Suite NY and Nicolas Taricco (far right), also of Suite NY
Matthias Dettling, head of culture and education at The Consulate General of Switzerland in New York; June Williamson, author and professor; Srdjan Jovanovic Weiss, research architect; Guillaume de Morsier, architect; Paul Clemence, photographer and filmmaker; Elena Baenninger, project manager, cultural affairs at The Consulate General of Switzerland in New York

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