The Red House
This beautifully animated documentary voices the tails of one unique building in Tel Aviv. The film journeys through the many stories these walls have witnessed, with love and longing for a building that is coming back to life.
Tzina: Symphony of Longing
A poetic, interactive VR documentary in which the residents of the run-downTzina Dizengoff Square in Tel- Aviv muse on love and things that are no more.
This Is What the Future Looked Like
Philosopher, architect, and inventor Buckminster Fuller envisioned the geodesic dome—his most famous invention—as a safe, pleasant, and easily built shelter for the masses. Join the tour, and listen to his musings about the future.
Rats and people have had a complex relationship over the years, one that runs the gamut between bitter hate and deep love. This extraordinary film traces the history of rats in the US with surprising conclusions.
In the heart of Tokyo, in a house made up of white minimalist cubes spread around paths and greenery, lives Moriyama-San. He has never left Tokyo, but his love of noise music and experimental art has given him a unbounded inner world. A unique new creation from the people behind “Barbicania” and “The Infinite Happiness”.
Before the Flight
Ivory Coast’s striking civic buildings are historical scars left after the end of the modernist dream.
Layer by layer, the Manshiye neighborhood is exposed on the beach between Tel Aviv and Jaffa. “Disappearances” addresses a place that has been concealed, its existence still alive and etched in the memories of its inhabitants.
Citizen Jane: Battle for the City
Journalist and activist Jane Jacobs, author of "The Death and Life of Great American Cities", turned the accepted approach to city planning on its head. To do so, she fought against blindsided, greedy, patronizing planners.