The Greene Space at WNYC joins the Architecture & Design Film Festival in celebrating the unique creative spirit that drives architecture and design.
Tonight we get a sneak preview of two short films about social responsibility design for underserved communities: 14+ Foundation, directed by Jenna Elizabeth, a film about the Chipakata Children’s Academy in Zambia; and Designed to Heal a Mass Design project of a beautiful cholera clinic in Haiti.
The screenings will be introduced by ADFF festival director Kyle Bergman. A talkback will follow, with John Hockenberry, host of The Takeaway, and guest Susan T. Rodriguez, who is a design partner in Ennead Architects, architect of the school in Zambia and Alan Ricks, Mass Design co-founder.
*Please note: a live video stream will not be available
About the Architecture & Design Film Festival
The ADFF takes place at Cinepolis Chelsea from September 28 to October 2 with 30+ film screenings, panel discussions, director Q&As, a pop-up bookstore, and more. Learn more here.