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Source:  Interior Design

After making its debut ten years ago in New York City, the Architecture Design Film Festival is having its third Los Angeles run on March 13-17.

Curated by the festival’s founder, Kyle Bergman, this year’s films explore the lives of several architecture and design heroes—Frank Lloyd Wright, Frank Gehry, Renzo Piano, and Dieter Rams—among others.

The 22 features and shorts—which include Interior Design’s foray into filmmaking, “Peter Bohlin: From Here to There”—will be held at the Los Angeles Theatre Center.

Opening night will see the Los Angeles premiere of “Frank Gehry: Building Justice,” which delves into the Pritzker Prize laureate’s study of prison design as an ideal way to teach architecture, with students from SCI-Arc and Yale exploring the subject and learning first-hand about life inside.

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