National Building Museum

Film Program: Enough White Teacups

Date:
Saturday, February 23, 2019
Time:
12:15 PM - 1:45 PM

Enough-White-Teacups-2.jpgThis documentary explores the Danish non-profit INDEX: Design to Improve Life, an international design competition. It highlights the most innovative INDEX award winners and shows how design can be used to plan and build affordable housing, prevent blindness, destroy landmines, deliver vaccines and blood to remote places, clean up oceans, prevent infant mortality, and much more.
Director: Michelle Bauer Carpenter
2018 / 59 min / USA

This feature film will be screened in the Museum's Pension Commissioner's Suite on the Second Floor.

This feature length film is followed by Elevation.
Directors: Marcus Fairs and Oliver Manzi
2018 / 18 min / UK
Elevation, produced by Dezeen, explores how drones will transform cities. “Aerial highways” will relieve pressure on roads as deliveries and human transportation take to the skies. Architecture will change dramatically as the ground floor entrance is replaced by rooftop landing. This utopian vision is set out in the film, which features interviews with architects and industry experts including Norman Foster, Paul Priestman, Liam Young, and Anab Jain.

The Architecture & Design Film Festival: D.C. is presented by the National Building Museum with the Revada Foundation.

1.0 LU (AIA)

$12 Museum | $5 Student | $15 Non-member | $135 All Access 

Get the All Access Pass which includes the opening night, reception, and auto-registration to all screenings.

Tickets are non-refundable and non-transferable.

Image Credit: Still from Enough White Teacups directed by Michelle Bauer Carpenter, 2018.