The Art, Architecture, Design Film Festival will bring a week's worth of design-related documentary features to the Hot Docs Cinema, on Bloor Street. And, as the festival's official education partner, the Daniels Faculty will be there every step of the way.
That will be especially true on opening night, January 22, when the Daniels Faculty's dean, Richard Sommer, will be participating in a Q&A about Neutra: Survival Through Design, a documentary about the groundbreaking Austrian-American architect Richard Neutra.
Sommer will be joined on stage by the documentary's director, P.J. Letofsky. The conversation will be moderated by former Toronto Star architecture critic Christopher Hume.
For tickets to that screening, or for information about the other films showing at AADFF, visit the Hot Docs website.
Photo: Richard Neutra's Kaufmann House, in Palm Springs, California.