The American Institute of Architects (AIA) launches its fourth annual film challenge as part of the AIA’s “Blueprint for Better” campaign, an initiative that highlights the collaborative work of architects and civic leaders to solve some of the biggest issues facing cities today. — American Institute of Architects
The AIA Film Challenge: A Blueprint for Better, calls all creators, filmmakers, and architects to shine a light on how architecture can lead to a better future.
Participants in the film challenge should produce, shoot and edit a three to five-minute documentary to tell a story about architects working with civic and community leaders to make a positive impact on their cities and towns.
Among other prizes, participants will have the chance to win a $5,000 grand prize that includes distribution of the film through a multitude of channels, including screenings at the Architecture and Design Film Festival on Oct. 16 in New York in addition to travel and accommodations.
The amazing line-up of judges this year features Mayor Steve Benjamin, Diana Budds of Curbed, Thatcher Bean of MASS DesignLab, Tiffany Brown, and Emmy Award winning producer, Lynn Hirshfield.
For more information, to register for the challenge, and to see films from last year’s winners, visit the AIA’s Film Challenge website.
Register today, films are due August 27, 2018! >> www.aiafilmchallenge.org
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