During November 13 and 16, the Elvira Popescu movie theatre hosts the first edition of the UrbanEye, a selection of films bringing urban life and the built environment under the spotlight.

The full program of the screenings is now available, check it out below:

 

Thursday, November 13

19:00 Cathedrals of Culture – I

2014 | 84 min | Germany, Denmark, Austria, Norway | documentary| directors: Wim Wenders, Michael Glawogger, Michael Madsen

 

Friday, November 14

17:30 Houses for all

2013 | 54 min | Germany | documentary | director: Gereon Wetzel

 

19:00 Lucien Hervé. Photographer Despite Himself

2013 | 54 min | Belgium| documentary | director: Gerrit Messiaen

Q&A with director Gerrit Messiaen

 

21:00 Cathedrals of Culture – II

2014 | 84 min | Germany, Denmark, Austria, Norway | documentary | directors: Robert Redford, Magreth Olins, Karim Aïnouz

 

Saturday, November 15

16:00 Temporary 8th

2012 | 53 min | Italy, Hungary | documentary | director: Anna de Manincor / Zimmerfrei

 

17:30 aici…adică acolo

2012 | 76 min | Romania | documentary | director: Laura Căpăţână-Juller

Q&A with director Laura Căpăţână-Juller

 

19:30 Unfinished Italy

2011 | 32 min | Italy | director: Benoit Felici

 

          Torre David

2013 | 22 min | Venezuela | documentary | directors: Daniel Schwartz, Markus Kneer

 

21:00 Venice Syndrome

2012 | 80 min | Germany | documentary | director: Andreas Pichler

 

Sunday, November 16

16:00 Visual Acoustics: The modernism of Julius Shulman

2008 | 83 min | USA | documentary | director: Eric Bricker

 

18:00 Mission Statements. The architecture of Dutch diplomacy

2011 | 60 min | Olanda | documentary | director: Jord den Hollander

Q&A with director Jord den Hollander

 

20:00 Double Happiness

2014 | 70 min | Austria | documentary | director: Ella Raidel

 

Tickets and festival passes can be purchased at Elvira Popescu movie theatre or online at eventbook.ro/elvirepopesco.

Tickets for a screening are RON 10 (EUR 2) and festival passes are RON 40 (EUR 9). For students, pupils and pensioners tickets are RON 5 (EUR 1).