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Architecture+Design Film Festival: Big Time

Wed, April 18 / 7 pm
Directed by Kaspar Astrup Schröder
2017, Denmark, 93 min
English, Danish with English subtitles

Big Time follows Danish architect Bjarke Ingels over the course of 7 years as he struggles to complete his young firm’s largest projects yet, the New York skyscrapers Via 57  West and Two World Trade Center. The film provides an intimate look into the life of an exceptional architect and his struggle to maintain his own persona while making the world a better place to live.

The Architecture+Design Film Festival (adff.ca) is co-presented by the Winnipeg Architecture Foundation and Cinematheque and is sponsored by Canada Council, Manitoba Association of Architects, University of Manitoba and Urban Idea.

Sponsored by 5468796 architecture.

Reviews

Four stars. This engaging doc captures the young lion jetting back and forth between New York and Copenhagen and imagining fantastic work in both places.
- Alex Bozikovic, Globe and Mail
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