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I Look Up Film Challenge Winner: Arch 335 – Rebuilding Medcamps

We’re excited to share the stories behind the winning film in our 2016 I Look Up Film Challenge! Learn more about the Grand Prize Winner,  Arch 335: Rebuilding Medcamps. Grand Prize Winner: Arch 335: Rebuilding Medcamps Team: Brad Deal, Architect & Filmmaker; Robert Brooks, Architect Location: Choudrant, Louisiana   AIA: What compelled you to tell 

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I Look Up Film Challenge 2016 Winners

Congratulations to our 2016 I Look Up Film Challenge Winners! With only one month to find stories, build a team, and execute, 47 teams completed beautiful and compelling short films about architecture for the 2nd annual I Look Up Film Challenge. They have all inspired us with what can happen when two storytellers – architects 

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Architecture’s Auteur

Kyle Bergman, AIA, who studied both architecture and film in college, has found a way to combine the two in the real world. As the founder and director of the Architecture & Design Film Festival, sponsored by the AIA, he has found a highly public way to bring architecture’s best stories to professionals and design 

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Share your work on Instagram

We are celebrating architecture on AIA National’s Instagram account in a big way! We are featuring member projects on our account during the month of October. If you are an AIA member and would like your project featured, please email socialmedia@aia.org for more information. Here are some photos from previously featured members:   Eskenazi Health Ambulatory 

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I Look Up Film Challenge: Cast Your Vote

The production period for the second annual I Look Up Film Challenge has ended. With it, congratulations are in order to everyone who participated and to those who were featured. Architects and filmmakers across the country teamed up to tell stories of progress, and nearly 50 unique and inspirational films came across the finish line. 

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