Coming back in 2020 for its ninth year, the Resene Architecture and Design Film Festival has grown to be one of the largest architecture and design film festivals in the world.
Having a film festival dedicated to architecture and design reminds us all just how much of a positive impact architecture, design and colour have on our everyday lives and encourages us all to embrace excellent design and strive for it in our own projects. We hope these films inspire you too.
|Auckland||7-24 May 2020|
|Wellington||21 May - 7 June 2020|
|Dunedin||4-14 June 2020|
|Christchurch||11-24 June 2020|
|Havelock North||11-17 June 2020|
|New Plymouth||18-24 June 2020|
Rialto Cinemas and Resene are once again partnered with Clearly & Co, who have curated the spectacular films since the 2017 line-up. Curator Clare Buchanan says, “These films engage us to examine societal, cultural, and environmental changes as they happen, and to contemplate the role of architecture and design in this context. We hope you enjoy this year’s line-up."
Check back in April 2020 for more details on films and screening times.
If you have a film you would like to submit for the Resene Architecture & Design Film Festival, please email Kathryn_Bennett@evt.com.
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