Wild Walls: Berlin/Los Angeles Film Festival of Architecture and Urbanism

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835 N Kings Road
West Hollywood, CA 90069
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Wild Walls: Berlin/Los Angeles Film Festival of Architecture and Urbanism was a collaborative program hosted by the MAK Center and the School of Fine Arts, University of Southern California (USC), with the USC School of Architecture. The most ambitious program of its kind ever to be presented in the U.S., the festival explored the interrelationships of architecture and film with programming at both the Schindler House and the USC campus. Running from October 12th through 21st, this free public event opened at USC with an outdoor screening and performance event and also included a symposium featuring scholars and artists.

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Wild Walls Symposium, October 14, 2001. Presentations of films featuring Norman Klein, Babette Mangolte, Ed Dimendberg, Sam Durant and Ann Friedberg with Christian Rattemeyer moderating.