- # Social
- # Infrastructure
- # Other
Landscape Film Festival focuses on reusing and (re)discovering what already exists: new film sets aren’t needed seeing as the city and its unique architecture are being used as the main creative driving force. Both elements play a central role in the festival as protagonists and infrastructure, but mainly represent our contemporary society through the inhabitants (filmmakers) and interpretation of their environment with the expression of it in the form of fictional stories (short films).
In addition to its reuse of urban spaces, the festival also serves as a social tool, encouraging the encounter between its inhabitants, and reevaluation of forgotten places that fall outside the gentrified touristic routes. The festival influences the future of architecture by offering new perspectives to our everyday environment and reflects the way citizens and cities interact and affect each other.