The ArchiFlix Architecture & Design Film Festival celebrates the unique creative spirit that drives architecture and design. With a curated selection of films, events and panel discussions, AADFF creates an opportunity to entertain, engage and educate industry professionals who are excited about architecture and design.
After 3 successful years as a single night event in cities across Australia, and having welcomed more than 3000 guests, ArchiFlix is now growing up to become Australia’s first national Architecture and Design Film Festival.
The screenings are enthusiastically supported by design professionals and thought leaders who contribute to vibrant discussions. 2017 will see the festival hosted in Sydney and Melbourne, with satellite events in Brisbane, Adelaide, and Perth.
MELBOURNE | Village Roadshow Theatrette, State Library of Victoria
FRIDAY OCTOBER 13TH @ 6:30PM
HARRY SEIDLER: MODERNIST
Followed by Q&A with director Daryl Dellora
Daryl Dellora (2016) 58 mins.
Unclassified 15 + (unless accompanied by an adult).
Dellora and Maslin’s latest collaboration is an intimate portrait of Australia’s most celebrated and controversial modernist architect. This beautifully apportioned documentary includes fascinating archival footage of Seidler and his work, interviews with colleagues such as Norman Foster, and contemporary images of iconic commissions such as Blues Point Tower.
SUNDAY OCTOBER 15TH @ 10:00AM
THE EDGE OF THE POSSIBLE
Daryl Dellora (1998) 55 mins
Unclassified 15+ (unless accompanied by an adult)
This award-winning collaboration between director Dellora and producer Sue Maslin is a model arts documentary tracing the fascinating and often torrid construction of the Sydney Opera House. Featuring an illuminating interview with the building’s visionary architect, Jørn Utzon, it is also a bracing portrait of Australia’s recent cultural history.
AADFF screenings are enthusiastically supported by design professionals and thought leaders who contribute to vibrant discussions. 2017 will see the festival hosted in Sydney and Melbourne, with satellite events in Brisbane, Adelaide, and Perth.