Films from the BINE Summer Film School until December 3 online on the Future Architecture platform

Films made during the Summer Film School of the Belgrade International Architecture Week – BIN, from Friday November 19 to December 3 will be available online on the site Future Architeture Rooms as part of the international platform Future Architecture, along with films from three other summer schools in Rome, Copenhagen and Oslo.

The BINE Summer Film School was held from September 17 to 26 at the Belgrade Cultural Center, and on the last day, the films of the participants made during the ten-day workshop were shown. This program was realized within the European project The Future Architecture Platform, entitled “If These Walls Could Talk”. The workshop is dedicated to the Press House building, and was organized in cooperation with the Faculty of Computer Science in Belgrade, the Copenhagen Architecture Festival (CAFx), the MAXXI Museum in Rome and the Oslo Architecture Triennial (OAT).

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Summer Film School of the Belgrade International Architecture Week

The intention of the organizers was for the workshop participants to get acquainted with the building, its architecture, history, contents and users and in a short film form give their experience / vision, comment on the current situation or suggestion of its potentials in the future. The workshop was dedicated to the education and production of short films and video works that look at and analyze the various potentials of film and film language for researching architecture and its multi-layered meanings.

The main mentor of the workshop was the film director Dejan Petrović – the founder of the International Student Film Camp “Interaction”. Other mentors in the field of film were director Vojin Vasović, cameraman Dragan Vildović, and film author and editor Jelena Maksimović. The mentors in the field of architecture were the finalists of the Future Architecture competition: Julia Udall, Alex De Little, Jon Orlek, Joe Gilmore, Richard Cook, Ana Ulrikke Andersen, Nina Bačun, Dea Widya and Viktória Mravčáková.

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