Film

My Architect

Weston Studio

A riveting tale of love, art, betrayal and forgiveness – in which the illegitimate son of a legendary architect undertakes a worldwide exploration to discover and understand his father and the personal choices he made.

This screening is part of our successful architecture series, bringing together architecture students, staff, professionals and film enthusiasts.

We are joined in our post-film discussion by Keith Bradley of award-winning architects Feilden Clegg Bradley. He has led many of FCBStudios award-winning projects, including 2008 RIBA Stirling Prize winner Accordia, a housing project in Cambridge, and Manchester School of Art, shortlisted for the Prize in 2014. His recent work encompasses major urban regeneration mixed-use schemes throughout the UK, together with public museums, galleries, academic institutions and major university projects in London, Manchester and Belfast. Keith is a Chair of the Cabe National Design Review Panel and Oxford Design Review Panel. He is guest lecturer at various schools of architecture, and a regular speaker at national and international conferences.

Alongside Keith will be Toby Lewis, a Teaching Fellow and MArch Year 1 Design Studio Coordinator, and a studio leader for the annual ‘Studio in the Woods’. With tangential beginnings in dance, pure mathematics and developmental psychology Toby has been an architect for several decades, having been shortlisted for a silver medal as a student and working with RMJM, James Stirling and, for the last thirteen years, Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios in Bath.

Academy Award Nominee for Best Documentary Feature

Written and directed by Nathaniel Kahn, starring Edmund Bacon, Edwina Pattison Daniels and Balkrishna Doshi

Watch the trailer here.

£8.75, Concs £6.50