Architecture and Design Film Festival

Architecture and Design Film Festival

Founded in 2009, the Architecture and Design Film festival is the nation’s largest film festival celebrating the creative spirit that drives architecture and design. Centered around an anchor festival in New York (Oct. 16–21), the festival will return to several cities, and visit new locations nationally and internationally, with a carefully edited roster of films, filmmaker Q&As, panel discussions, interactive installations, and more. For more information, visit adfilmfest.com or @ADFILMFEST on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.
The Architecture & Design Film Festival (ADFF) is a weeklong cinema-centric celebration of all things architecture. With individual festivals held nationwide—in cities including New York, Los Angeles, and Washington D.C.—its scope sets it apart as the country’s largest festival devoted to educating audiences on design through film screenings, events, and panel discussions.

ADFF: LA 2018

Guests applaud at the end of a film during ADFF: LA.

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ADFF: Athens 2018

ADFF: Athens at the Benaki Museum in Greece.

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ADFF: SFW 2018

Guests checking in at the entrance of Flou's showroom during ADFF: Short Films Walk (SFW) 2018 in New York's Soho Design District.

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ADFF: NY 2018

Acclaimed filmmaker Gary Hustwit introducing his latest documentary film, Rams, about German industrial designer Dieter Rams at ADFF: NY.

Founded in 2009, the Architecture and Design Film festival is the nation’s largest film festival celebrating the creative spirit that drives architecture and design. Centered around an anchor festival in New York (Oct. 16–21), the festival will return to several cities, and visit new locations nationally and internationally, with a carefully edited roster of films, filmmaker Q&As, panel discussions, interactive installations, and more. For more information, visit adfilmfest.com or @ADFILMFEST on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.