Feature-length documentary about the design of cities, examining the issues and strategies of urban design, featuring some of the world’s foremost architects, planners, policymakers, builders, and thinkers.
The future of business is being written by companies and products that — intentionally or not — shake billion dollar industries.
Documentary film about fear, hope and culture. PressPausePlay explores how the digital revolution of the last decade has unleashed the creativity and talent of people in an unprecedented way.
Can we redesign our personalities to become better people? Can we train our minds to be happier? To answer these questions, filmmaker Ben Nabors turns himself into a living design experiment in this creative and revealing feature-length documentary.
What is the role of a designer? 12 designers and researchers discuss the sometimes harmful impact of design on our societies, and how designers can work for the good of all, not just the privileged few.
Alexander McQueen's rise from lower-class high school dropout to internationally famous designer is a remarkable story. His bold styles and fascinating shows inspired and wowed the world of fashion, and his legacy lives on.
A film exploring what it means to be human in a world of technology. This feature length documentary gives a voice to the passionate community of indie app developers. App: The Human Story is a look at the coming of age of an all new art form.
Hundreds of millions of human beings spend billions of hours in offices every day. Can we improve the white collar worksite as a place to work and collaborate? How has the office evolved over the last 100 years? What's the next wave of digital tools to connect the office, city, and planet? And do we even need offices anymore?
Documentary examining the designers of the Golden era of design on the East coast of the US. Sister Corita provides inspiration to some of the greatest designers of the period — Fuller, Reich, Warhol, Hitchcock, Bass, and the Eames brothers.
Evoking meaning, rather than boldly asserting "truth": this is the essence of typographer Karel Martens' work. This film explores the way Martens produces this effect by experimenting with numbers, abstract figures, and vivid colors.