The Heinz Emigholz Collection • Documentary, 01-Jan-2017
The film deals with the sediments of the 20th century. Bickels’ buildings are the heart of an idea, an interaction, social and cultural. His architecture reflects a will to create a civilization.
22 buildings by the Kibbutz architect Samuel Bickels, filmed in Israel in 2015. As prologue, the Casa do Povo in São Paulo, as appendix, The Story of Vio Nova – accompanied by paintings by Meir Axelrod.
Festivals & Awards:
- Berlinale Forum, 2017
- BAFICI Buenos Aires Festival Internacional de Cine Independiente, 2017
- IndieLisboa International Film Festival, 2017
- Tag der Architektur – Wiesbadener Festtage, 2017
- Jerusalem International Film Festival, 2017
- Milano Design Film Festival, 2017
- Viennale – Vienna International Film Festival, 2017
- Duisburger Filmwoche, 2017
- Heinz Emigholz Retrospektive im Stadtkino Basel, 2017
- BOZAR Cinema Brussels, 2018
- Metakino Festival Helsinki, 2019
- Museo de Arte Moderno de Buenos Aires, 2019
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