Brasilia: Life After Design screening at IberoDocs Festival

Brasilia: Life After Design, a Documentary will be screening in Edinburgh as part of the IberoDocs Film Festival 2019 programme that strives to bring more attention not only to documentary but also to Ibero-American culture.

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Located 2,000 kilometres from the Amazon and 18 hours from Rio, the city of Brasília – the capital of Brazil – is a mythical place: a concrete utopia born out of the desert. In 1956 visionary architect Oscar Niemeyer and urbanist Lúcio Costa invented an urban plan and structures that would attempt to micromanage the daily activity of human life. The goal was to create the space that would birth “the new Brazilian citizen”. Now the stark beauty of the city acts as a backdrop to isolation, changing values, and the dynamic power and politics of today's Brazil. Brasília: Life After Design takes us to a city rarely seen by the international viewer: what is it like to live in someone else’s idea?

Thursday, 25 April 2019, 6pm - 9pm
Room 1.264, University of Edinburgh, School of Law Old College
South Bridge
Edinburgh EH8 9YL
United Kingdom
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