Course leading to filmed city

A course about architecture and filmmaking

Place: Budapest University of Technology and Economics
Date: 12 September – 23 October, 2014

The Budapest Architecture Film Days ( in cooperation with the Urbanism Department of the Budapest University of Technology and Economics (BUTE) organises a film course for architecture students. The course aims to help designers to develop a broader view of the built environment and to enhance their capabilities of analysing problems with the help of cinematic structures and meanings.

The workshop will result in short-films that will be shown at the Venice Biennale in the framework of the Biennale Sessions in October.

Course tutors: Bálint Kádár, Head of KÉK and lecturer at BUTE, Klára Trencsényi documentary filmmaker

Invited lecturers: Levente Polyák, Dániel Kovács, curators of KÉK

The structure and topic of the course is developed in cooperation with architect and film-maker Jord den Hollander, the director of the Architecture Film Festival Rotterdam. As an experienced instructor den Hollander has held such workshops at the world’s leading architecture and design universities.

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The course is supported by the International Visegrad Fund

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