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Washington, D.C. Premiere A philosopher, architect and urban theorist, Paolo Soleri was a man who dreamed of creating an environment in harmony with people. Born in Torino, Italy in 1919, Soleri came to America in 1946 to be mentored by Frank Lloyd Wright at Taliesin West, Arizona. Soleri soon left Wright to embark on a blazing original course of his own. While telling the story of an unprecedented artistic quest, the film documents Soleri’s legacy as an architect and environmentalist and poses critical questions about humankind's future in a world facing environmental, social and economic crises. Written and directed by Lisa Scafuro.
Discussion with filmmaker Lisa Scafuro and Susan Piedmont-Palladino, Curator, National Building Museum, follows screening.
1.5 LU HSW (AIA)
Presented as part of the D.C. Environmental Film Festival in the Nation’s Capital. For more information, visit www.dcenvironmentalfilmfestival.org.
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