Cities on Screen are excited to announce the return of our Cities on Screen film and discussion series at Goldsmiths this term.
Brasília: Life After Design follows the daily lives of three individuals living in Brasília. Originally designed as a modernist experiment by architect Oscar Niemeyer and urbanist Lúcio Costa, the city was set to become a utopian ideal but sits against a backdrop of isolation and conflict. Through the eyes of its city-dwellers, Brasília offers an insightful look at what it is like to live in someone else’s designed and constructed paradise.
Snacks, wine and soft drinks will be provided with support from the Goldsmiths SU Academic Communities Fund
Facebook Event: https://www.facebook.com/events/208449163630179/
Twitter: @citiesonscreen #CitiesOnScreen
19th March, 6-8pm | Human Flow | RHB 137
Ai Weiwei’s visually expressive documentary elucidates the staggering scale and profound human impact of the current global refugee crisis
Cities on Screen is a screening and discussion series for sociology students and others to reflect on urban issues using the medium of film. The series is coordinated by Emily Ballard and Sophie Porter. The Cities on Screen 2020 Spring Programme is co-curated by students of the MA Cities and Society.
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Dates & times
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|27 Feb 2020||6:30pm - 8:30pm|
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