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Can anyone recommend me some films on modern architecture?

Discussion in 'General Chat' started by TintoTerra, Feb 4, 2011.

  1. TintoTerra

    TintoTerra Senior member

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    Just watched an interesting documentary on Frank Lloyd Wright and have one on Le Corbusier lined up. Can anyone recommend me some other good ones?
     
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    Just watched an interesting documentary on Frank Lloyd Wright and have one on Le Corbusier lined up. Can anyone recommend me some other good ones?

    Some others about Dali, sANTIAago Calatrava and Gaudi.
     
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    'My Architect" about Louis Kahn
     
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    +1 on 'My Architect'
     
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    yeah good movie
     
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    If you are a fan of mid-century modern, I would recommend 'Visual Acoustics:The Modernism of Julius Shulman'. Some great shots of iconic modernist architecture and an interesting story about the life of the well-known photographer.
     
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    A new film , 'How Heavy is Your building, Mr Foster?' (Dejan Sudic (sic)) has just got a limited release in UK. I imagine it will be on DVD soon. From a couple of interviews it sounds interesting.
    Also, Sketches of Frank Gehry is OK.
     
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    Thanks for the recommendations. Just watched Visual Acoustics, was pretty good. Going to watch My Architect tomorrow.
     
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    If you are a fan of mid-century modern, I would recommend 'Visual Acoustics:The Modernism of Julius Shulman'. Some great shots of iconic modernist architecture and an interesting story about the life of the well-known photographer.

    +1

    I also enjoyed "Objectified" and "Helvetica" by Gary Hustwit. Even though they are not really movies about architecture, they sort of fall into the larger creative corner. He's also shooting a new movie on city planning and design called "Urbanized".
     
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    Will check those others out. Discovered a really good one today. Kochuu - Japanese Architecture Influence and Origin.
     
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