TCDC and Anonymous Singapore cordially invite you to A Design Film Festival Bangkok 2017. We are taking you to explore the work process of world-renowned creatives and keep up with the design industry trend in 8 design documentary films.
|25 February & 4 March 2017 (Saturday)|
|14.00 – 15.30||Generation Startup|
|16.00 – 17.35||Original Copy|
|18.05 – 19.20||Design Disruptors|
|19.50 – 21.15||Crazy About Tiffany’s|
|26 February & 5 March 2017 (Sunday)|
|13.30 – 14.30||The Human Face of Big Data|
|15.00 – 16.35||Noma: My Perfect Storm|
|17.05 – 18.25||Banksy Does New York|
|19.00 – 20.35||The First Monday in May|
*All film are screened with Thai subtitles.
Banksy Does New York
by Chris Moukarbel (USA, 79 mins)
When infamous street artist Banksy revealed his NYC residency, he set off a daily scavenger hunt among fans, would-be art collectors, and, of course, the police. Everyone wanted a piece of his ephemeral works before they were destroyed or removed. Chris Moukarbel tracks the course of Banksy's secretly created works across NYC and explores the unprecedented speed of the public's reaction.
Crazy About Tiffany’s
by Matthew Miele (USA, 86 mins)
From behind the scenes with the Tiffany family and their first-ever female design director Francesca Amfitheatrof to Hollywood and the Super Bowl where the Tiffany-designed trophy gets victoriously hoisted, the film tells the story of a how simple jewellery shop in New York became a global brand and retail phenomenon with no less than its own Pantone trademark.
by Matt D’Avella (USA, 75 mins)
The future of business is being written by companies and products that—intentionally or not—shake billion dollar industries. Enter the world of 15+ industry-toppling companies - valued at more than $1 trillion dollars combined - with one unifying secret advantage: the transformative power of design. Design Disruptors reveals a never-before-seen perspective on the design approaches of these companies and how they are overtaking billion dollar industries through design.
by Cheryl Miller Houser, Cynthia Wade (USA, 93 mins)
Generation Startup takes us to the front lines of entrepreneurship in America, capturing the struggles and triumphs of six recent college graduates who put everything on the line to build startups in Detroit. Directed by Academy Award winner Cynthia Wade and award-winning filmmaker Cheryl Miller Houser, the film celebrates risk-taking, urban revitalization, and diversity while delivering a vital call-to-action—with entrepreneurship at a record low, the country’s economic future is at stake.
Noma: My Perfect Storm
by Pierre Deschamps (UK, 95 mins)
Noma: My Perfect Storm is a creative journey into the mind of René Redzepi. How did he manage to revolutionise the entire world of gastronomy, inventing the alphabet and vocabulary that would infuse newfound pedigree to Nordic cuisine and establish a new edible world while radically changing the image of the modern chef? The film follows him as he fights his way back to the top, reinventing NOMA and reclaiming the title of best restaurant in the world for the fourth time.
by Georg Heinzen, Florian Heinzen-Zio (Germany, 95 mins)
Sheikh Rehman is Mumbai's last film poster painter. His studio is run in the old masters style behind the screen of an old Hindi film cinema. Here, Rehman is artist and guru, comedian and philosopher, and also the man who doggedly practises a dying art.
The First Monday in May
by Andrew Rossi (USA, 91 mins)
Acclaimed documentarian Andrew Rossi follows curator Andrew Bolton and Gala co-chair Anna Wintour in the eight-month lead-up to two of New York's most anticipated cultural events: the blockbuster China: Through The Looking Glass exhibition, and the star-studded 2015 Met Gala that celebrates the opening of the exhibition.
The Human Face of Big Data
by Sandy Smolan (USA, 56 mins)
The Human Face of Big Data captures the birth of a planetary nervous system as the massive real time gathering and analyzing of data enables us to address some of humanity’s biggest challenges. This captivating film illustrates a revolution which many experts believe will have a thousand times greater impact on our lives than the Internet.
Ticket price for Public is 150 baht/ticket
Ticket price for TCDC members is 130 baht/ticket (1 ticket per title per member; total 8 tickets. Promotional code will be sent to TCDC members via E-mail.)
Special price for a purchase of 10 tickets per title, is 100 baht per ticket and can be redeemed using the Promotion code "DFFBKK2017GR10"
A ticket purchase of 8 titles, in 1 receipt, receives a complimentary “A Design Film Festival Bangkok 2017” (only 300 customers). Confirmation E-mail will be sent to the first 300 customers with purchase of 8 titles. Please present the confirmation email at A Design Film Festival Bangkok 2017 counter at Scala Theatre from 14.00 – 20.00 hrs. on 25 - 26 February and 4 - 5 March 2017.
Creative Economy Agency (CEA) | TCDC (Thailand Creative & Design Center)
Thailand Creative & Design Center (TCDC) was established in 2004 to connect and promote interaction among creativity, skill, cultural asset and business conducive to creating quality products and services that meet the global market demand.