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Interior of a building with multiple staircases and brown walls illuminated by a large skylight. The building has been used for ICFF Architecture Films.

This year the 11th edition of the ICFF presented by Lavazza moves to the Distillery Historic District in Toronto. From June 24 to July 16th, 40 feature films and 23 short films will be showcased in a one of a kind outdoor cinema village.  

The ICFF Architecture films included this year are as follows:

1. Prospettiva Olivetti (Documentary)

Date: July 4, 2022  

Time: 9:00 pm

Location: Trinity Outdoor Cinema

Panel Discussion followed by the film – Olivetti Architecture

The Olivetti Company; innovators and survivalists

MC: Silvio Baldassarra

Panelists: Stefano Pujatti, Les Klein, Heather Dubbeldam, and Stefan Novakovic

2. Paradigma Olivetti (Documentary)

Date: July 7, 2022

Time: 6:00 pm

Location: Young Centre for the Performing Arts at The Distillery District

Panel Discussion followed by the film – Olivetti Design

MC: Dragana Maznic

Panelists: Andrew Kuzyk, Chris Edmondson, Luigi Ferrara

3. Precise Poetry Lina Bo Bardi’s Architecture (Documentary)

Date: July 12, 2022

Time: 8:15 pm

Location: Spirit Outdoor Cinema at The Distillery District

Panel Discussion followed by the film – Industrial requalification

“I am an architect. I break walls.”- L. Bo Bardi

MC: Stefano Pujatti

Panelists: Jamie Goad, Nicolas Demers Stoddart, Benedetta Tagliabue

4. Inside Renzo Piano Building Workshop (Documentary)

Date: July 16, 2022  

Time: 3:30 pm

Location: Harbourfront Cinema

Panel Discussion – Renzo Piano Architecture

“Creativity is a miracle that exists only when you know how to share it.”- R. Piano

Panelists: Silvio Baldassarra, Amaury Greig, Veronica Manson, Francesca Molteni

Each of these films gives audiences an insight into the range of design from industrial to architecture to urban planning. We hope that you can join us in one of Toronto’s greatest urban historical places, the Distillery Historic District to experience architecture and design through film and conversation.  

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