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15 FEBRUARY 2020
Add to Calendar 15-02-2020 9:00 PM Kuala Lumpur Movie Night : The Competition Our theme for February is “The Architecture of Celebration” and KLAF Movie Night explores this topic with two movies that will encourage the audience to reflect upon the inspirations that have shaped us and made us who we are, our present concerns, and future opportunities and how we will respond to them. After the screening, there will be an active discussion that promises to be fun, thought provoking & prompts us all to take action.

The Competition is the first film documenting the tense developments that characterize architectural contests. Jean Nouvel, Frank Gehry, Dominique Perrault, Zaha Hadid and Norman Foster are selected to participate in the design of the future National Museum of Art of Andorra. Shot in 2009 by a team of Spanish architects turned novice moviemakers, it offers a rare and comical look at the inner workings of some of the most prestigious firms in the business and sheds light on the ways that architects carefully curate their public images.


President’s Hall, PAM Centre Level 6

Movie Night : The Competition

Our theme for February is “The Architecture of Celebration” and KLAF Movie Night explores this topic with two movies that will encourage the audience to reflect upon the inspirations that have shaped us and made us who we are, our present concerns, and future opportunities and how we will respond to them. After the screening, there will be an active discussion that promises to be fun, thought provoking & prompts us all to take action.

The Competition is the first film documenting the tense developments that characterize architectural contests. Jean Nouvel, Frank Gehry, Dominique Perrault, Zaha Hadid and Norman Foster are selected to participate in the design of the future National Museum of Art of Andorra. Shot in 2009 by a team of Spanish architects turned novice moviemakers, it offers a rare and comical look at the inner workings of some of the most prestigious firms in the business and sheds light on the ways that architects carefully curate their public images.



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President’s Hall, PAM Centre

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