Following the traditions of the Budapest Architecture Film Days, portraits again play a very important role in the 5th festival. Beyond the works of architects and designers (Oscar Niemeyer, László Hugyecz, Ant Farm, Philippe Starck) these films present the difficulties of planning and negotiating processes, and additionally give an insight to the general questions of architecture.

Oscar Niemeyer – A Vida E Um Sopro (Fabiano Maciel,  2007, 90’)
Space, land and time – Underground adventures with Ant Farm
(Elizabeth Federici, Laura Harrison, 2010, 77’)
43 columns on scene in Bilbao – Philippe Starck
(Leonardo Baraldi, Eleonora Sarasin, 2011, 55’)
ArchiCULTURE (David Krantz, Ian Harris, 2013, 25’)
Lost Town (Jörg Adolph, 2009, 93’)
The man who changed Shanghai (Ladislav Kabos, 2010, 68’) Screening and discussion with Ladislav Kabos