Jun 13 2022

Italian Contemporary Film Festival | Architettura & Design

Italian Contemporary Film Festival | Architettura & Design Program This 4-PART event embraces and highlights Italian architecture and design, its worldwide influence in modern construction and the contributions to the architectural landscape by some of the most talented architects in the world. This special event will feature FOUR special screenings throughout the month of July […]

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Dec 16 2021

TSA Playlist | Year of Public Art

With Toronto’s Year of Public Art currently underway, it is the perfect opportunity to learn more about the art and artists that have shaped our public realm. This TSA Playlist brings together a list of free-to-stream films and videos exploring the role of public art in our cities and the stories of the artists behind […]

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Oct 20 2021

Architecture and Design Film Festival: Toronto

Architecture and Design Film Festival (ADFF) | Toronto After a long hiatus, the Architecture & Design Film Festival is coming back to Toronto! The largest North American film festival devoted to architecture and design, ADFF celebrates the unique creative spirit that drives architecture and design. With a curated selection of films, events and panel discussions, […]

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Sep 20 2021

TSA Playlist | September: Student Showcase

September is Toronto’s unofficial film month—a time to celebrate and explore how we see and share the world through the art of movie-making. Joining in on the festivities, this month’s TSA Playlist is a special one as we roll out the (virtual) red carpet to celebrate filmmaking and architecture through the work of students and […]

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Jul 26 2021

JAYU Festival: Last Tuesdays | There’s No Place Like This Place, Anyplace

JOIN US FOR A SPECIAL PRESENTATION OF LULU WEI’S THERE’S NO PLACE, LIKE THIS PLACE, ANYPLACE! July 27, 2021 @ 6:30PM FOLLOWED BY A Q&A WITH STAR ITAH SADU AT 8:10 PM ON FACEBOOK LIVE. SYNOPSIS There’s No Place Like This Place, Anyplace looks at the transformation of a much-loved Toronto landmark, the Honest Ed’s block, […]

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Jul 19 2021

ICFF Architettura & Design 2021 | Sin

IL PECCATO Directed by: Andrey Konchalovskiy A story of Michelangelo, tested time and time again with poverty, lies, obsession, and mental instability PLOT : Set in 16th century Florence, artistic genius Michelangelo Buonarroti is emotionally and physically depleted by his inability to complete the Sistine Chapel ceiling. Despite the acclaim of his contemporaries, Michelangelo struggles with poverty as he attempts […]

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Jul 19 2021

ICFF Architettura & Design 2021 | Homo Hurbanus -Venetianus

HOMO HURBANUS – VENETAINUS Directed by: Ila Bêka & Louise Lemoine PLOT : After the trying constraints of lockdown and social distancing that brutally reduced urban space to its strict minimum, making it into a place where isolated individuals merely cohabit, Homo Urbanus is a cinematic odyssey offering a vibrant tribute to what we have been most […]

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Jul 19 2021

ICFF Architettura & Design 2021 | Carlo Scarpa and Aldo Rossi: Masters of Poetry and Memory

CARLO SCARPA E ALDO ROSSI, MAESTRIDI POESIA E DI MEMORIA Directed by: Francesco Conversano e Nene Grignaffini PLOT : The film is the portrait of two masters of Italian architecture,extremely different in training and vision, both in search of an architecture that transcends time: Aldo Rossi seemed to find the answers in the abstract thought of things, […]

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Jun 30 2021

TSA Playlist | July: Indigenous Land

For thousands of years, the land which we now call Canada has been the traditional territory of many nations, each with their own unique cultures, identities, traditions, languages and institutions. With the arrival of European settlers, partnerships between Indigenous nations and colonial governments were formed through historic treaties, providing a framework for coexistence and sharing […]

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May 12 2021

TSA Playlist | May: Urban Parks 🌳

Parks play a vital role in our cities — one that has become ever more apparent in the last year as city-dwellers have turned to our local parks for connection, community, and respite. As spring blooms around us, this month’s playlist brings together shorts, films and documentaries exploring urban parks across North America and the […]

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