It has been said that writing about music is as utterly nonsensical as dancing about architecture. Making films about architecture is a different matter entirely.
For proof, consider the Architecture and Design Film Festival, the ninth New York edition of which kicked off November 1.
Over its five-day run it featured screenings of 34 films, including four world premieres, a short virtual reality documentary about the enduring influence of Buckminster Fuller, and plenty of post-screening panels and conversations.
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