On Saturday 14 April 2018 the Tilburg Architecture Film Festival (TIAFF) will take place in movie theater Cinecitta. We present you a full day of movies, lectures, expositions, music and food. We hope to see you soon!
Scroll down to see the full program.
(or download a printable (dutch) program leaflet)
The theme of the second edition of TIAFF is called The Social Component. With a full day of movies, lectures, music, food and expositions we investigate how architecture and cities can take shape from a social point of view and how buildings and cities can influence society.
Guest speakers on TIAFF 2018 are:
Nanne de Ru, Arna Mačkić, Marc Glaudemans, Tim Verlaan, Michiel Smits, Jan Hubert Bisschops, Jenny van den Broeke, Gerdien Wolthaus Paauw and Jurre Mattheeuwse.
Brasilia: Life After Design takes us to a city rarely seen by the international viewer: what is it like to live in someone else’s idea?
With an introduction and Q&A by director Jenny van den Broeke.
The Westpoint Tower Tilburg is the tallest building in the Provence of Northern Brabant, and a microcosm in itself, a cross section of the society.
The gigantic apartment complexes which gave shelter to thousands of people and were built under communist rule, are now reviled.
Inside the installation ‘Fals component’ made by the collective Mea Culpa, short movies (selected by Popup Cinema) are shown.
Exposition ‘Wheels of Time’
From a tough railway workshop to contemporary citycenter. Photographer Gerdien Wolthaus Paauw shows the transformation of the Tilburg 'Spoorzone' between 2013 and 2020 in ‘stones & stories’. De changes of the locations are visible in the images.
Installation ‘Fals component’ and short movies
Mea Culpa 2018
The pavilion celebrates this false relationship between architecture and its users. In the pavilion you will see six short films selected by Pop Up Cinema for TIAFF.
Lunch and dinner
Delicious snacks and dishes will be available throughout the day.
With an introduction by Marc Glaudemans.
Following turbolent centuries of warfare, invasions, revolutions and economic depression, the city is now facing modernity. Tbilisi's traditional courtyards are the places where past, present and future collide.
With a lecture by researcher and university teacher Tim Verlaan.
Citizen Jane: Battle for the City tells the story of Jane Jacobs and does not shirk from holding up her story as a mirror to the urban design of today. A must-see for everybody who loves the city.
With a lecture by architect Nanne de Ru.
The ideal image of Berlin as an open and diverse city, which emerged after German unification in 1989, is under threat. This penetrating film investigates whether the ideals of those early optimistic years still apply.
With an introduction by architect Jan Hubert Bisschops.
What if you could change the world with a vision and a hammer? That’s what happened when a group of students were given the freedom and direction to transform their community.
A pseudo-post-apocalyptic breakdown of social norms, strap your seatbelts!
As demolition gangs reduce ruins to rubble, innovators, artists and entrepreneurs are bringing life back to the streets of post-quake Christchurch.
With an introduction by photographer Gerdien Wolthaus Paauw.
During this roadmovie through rural France begins a friendship between the 89 year old moviemaker Agnès Varda en de 34 year old photographer JR.
A surprising collage of personal portraits shows the experiences of the residents of "8 house" in Copenhagen.
Tickets give entrance to a movieblock. One movieblock costs 7,50 euro. Students have a discount and pay 5,50 euro per movieblock. The intermezzo is for free (no reservations).
You can buy the tickets by clicking the 'buy ticket' link in the program or directly on the site of Cinecitta.
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Mario Jacobs is alderman of spatial planning in the city of Tilburg. He is involved in the social impact of the built environment on the city's citizens.
"The city is buzzing like never before"
Sander van Bussel is co-initiator of Tilburg Cowboys, a multidisciplinary artist collective from Tilburg. With his unconventional perspective, Sander asks:
"why is everything in the city so extremely organized"?bekijk videofragment!!
Rob van Steen is director of Theaters Tilburg. Rob sees himself as the host of a theater in the city and he is fascinated by the important role that the building can play in this.
How can architecture be inviting?bekijk videofragment
Miranda Poel and Ad Roefs are the creators of the artwork called Maawmuur, located in Tilburg. The underlying idea is to constructively convert a complaint into a solution, tacking between seriousness and humor.
It's a joy to let people see the world differently.bekijk videofragment
Movie theater Cinecitta has three cinema rooms, a multifunctional room, a restaurant / cafe and an inner courtyard. TiAFF will use these facilities the full day. More info on: www.cinecitta.nl