Posts Tagged ‘architecture’

Last Bricks in Flicks screening

Posted by on December 6th, 2010 No Comments
On Tuesday 7th December the Shetland Film Club will be showing Of Time and the City at the NAFC Marine Centre at 7:30pm. Mark Kermode’s favourite film of 2008, which he describes as “at once heartbreaking and hilarious, with Davies’ gorgeously ripe narration rolling like heady wine around a half-filled glass, this life affirming memoir….grows… Read the rest...

Frank Gehry film at Scalloway Marine College

Posted by on November 4th, 2010 No Comments
On Tuesday 9th November the Shetland Film Club, supported by Shetland Arts, will be showing Sketches of Frank Gehry at the NAFC Marine Centre at 7:30 pm. Architect Frank Gehry and filmmaker Sydney Pollack are two of the best-known names in their respective fields. In this documentary, director Pollack turns his camera on to his… Read the rest...

BRICKS IN FLICKS: Architecture in Films

Posted by on September 16th, 2010 No Comments
Bricks in Flicks is a series of four monthly film screenings that show the different ways in which architecture has featured in films. The films are part of the Power of Place (Shetland’s Year of Architecture and Place 2010) project and are being shown in partnership with the Shetland Film Club. The four films range… Read the rest...

Architecture on film

Posted by on September 14th, 2010 No Comments
Anyone with an interest in the built environment should get along to the Scalloway Marine College on Tuesday evening (tomorrow) to see ‘My Architect’, being screened by Shetland Film Club as the opening film of the Bricks in Flicks film season, as part of Power of Place, Shetland’s Celebration of Architecture and Place. Louis Kahn… Read the rest...

Shetland Architects’ Doors Open

Posted by on June 15th, 2010 No Comments
As part of Power of Place Shetland Architectural Society are holding an open-doors event, called Doors Open, where they will be opening their homes and homes of clients to members of the public.   When would be better than in Shetland’s Year of Architecture 2010 for the local profession to give the public an opportunity to… Read the rest...