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Source:  Curbed

The lineup for the ninth annual Architecture and Design Film Festival in New York City has been announced, and it includes over 30 feature-length and short films celebrating “the creative spirit that drives architecture and design.”

Kicking off on November 1, the five-day festival will open with Catherine Hunter’s documentary “Glenn Murcutt: Spirit of Place,” a film that follows the enigmatic Pritzker Prize-winning Australian architect as he builds a new mosque for an Islamic community in Melbourne, Australia.

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