Skriv dig op til vores nyhedsbrev og modtag opdateringer om de seneste events, workshops, sommerskoler og meget andet.
Tak du er nu tilmeldt CAF × Nyhedsbrev :)
Noget gik galt ved tilmelding. Tjek din email er korrekt.
Architecture has had a starring role in movies and documentaries since the beginning of filmmaking. But recently the boundaries between the disciplines have become more fluid as architects increasingly incorporate the film medium into their work, both employing cinematic techniques as processual tools and as documentation with a broad appeal to a wide audience.
Each year, Copenhagen Architecture Festival (CAFx) investigates the role and impact of architecture in our lives and the world we live in. The festival explores and presents ideas on the relation between the architectural world and human life through a broad public program of talks, films, performances, workshops, seminars and exhibitions in collaboration with various institutions and (inter)national partners. Additionally to the festival activities, since 2016 CAFx has hosted a yearly summer school exploring the obvious and the unspoken relation of architecture and film. The interest in this niche is growing within both professions, and Copenhagen Architecture Festival aims at exploring not only the intersection between the two disciplines, but also the work architectural filmmakers, thus providing a platform for artistic production as well as education and learning.