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ADFF:2020 Invites You to Virtually View Over 15 Design-Focused Films

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The Architecture & Design Film Festival (ADFF) is gearing up for a two-week long virtual festival celebrating the creative spirit that drives architecture and design. The robust program, that audiences in the U.S. and Canada can enjoy, will run from November 19th through December 3rd. Presented by Eventscape, ADFF:2020 has over 15 film programs that will take viewers on a journey through Los Angeles, Australia, Brazil, Japan, Denmark, Italy, Finland and more.

inclined building

Making a Mountain

group of men

Hollywood’s Architects

The film programs will cover inspiring stories from the work of iconic architects and designers to racial injustice and utopian societies. Each film will have an intro from a special guest, and will be followed by a Q&A with the filmmaker or filmmakers. Tickets for individual films and all-access passes are currently on sale. Receive 25% off ticket prices with code DesignMilk. Please note that you will need to enter the code prior to adding each ticket(s) to your cart.

Charlotte Perriand

Charlotte Perriand

man in car

Tokyo Ride

Albert Frey

Architect Albert Frey

Design Milk has teamed up with ADFF to co-present Frey II: The Architectural Interpreter. The film covers Albert Frey’s life from 1939, when he embarked on decades of self-discovery, and the indelible mark he left on the community of Palm Springs, California. As part of this program, ticket holders will also be able to view the 2018 film Frey I: The Architectural Envoy that covers his life up to 1939. It’s a deep dive into Frey that’s not to be missed.

Frey II poster

gas station

Frey II: Tramway gas station

“Our goal with ADFF:2020 was to serve as a momentary escape during this time of restricted travel and social gatherings,” says ADFF Founder and Director Kyle Bergman. “Of course, there is nothing quite like the experience of going to a real movie theater and watching a film on the big screen. But, we’re really excited to explore the virtual arena even further, especially since it means that the opportunity to participate in ADFF will expand to every household and office across the continent.”

stilted building

Frey I: Canvas Weekend

Captions and images from Frey II: The Architectural Interpreter and Frey I: The Architectural Envoy \ courtesy of the Architecture & Design Film Festival

Receive 25% off ticket prices with code DesignMilk. Please note that you will need to enter the code prior to adding each ticket(s) to your cart.



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