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This programme, part of the Capsule Film, Architecture & the Archive, features archival works from the collection of the British Film Institute (BFI). A combination of documentary, fiction, experimental and commercial films, these twentieth century works showcase the range of ways in which these two mediums have historically overlapped. By mining the archive, this programme aims to excavate some of the original foundations of this interdisciplinary practice, bringing compelling and lesser-known examples of Architecture + Film to a broader audience.

The House That Jack Built, 1900, dir. G. A. Smith, 1”

An Ultra Modern House, 1931, 3”

New Architecture at the London Zoo, 1937, dir. László Moholy-Nagy, 16”

Proud City: A Plan for London, 1946, dir. Ralph Keene, 26”

Odeon Cavalcade, 1973, dir. Barry Clayton, 37”

  • Year
    1900 - 1973
  • Runtime
    83 minutes
  • Language
  • Country
    United Kingdom
  • Director