Founded in 2013, by a musician and a stand up comedian, the New Urbanism Film Festival celebrates urban planning from the pedestrian perspective. The annual four day event in Los Angeles showcases short and feature length films submitted from around the world. The festival also hosts interactive events around the city that get audiences exploring, experiencing, and examining the built environment in fun new ways. The Third Annual New Urbanism Film Festival just finished its Los Angeles run in October of 2015. The winning short films will be screened again at the Laemmle Theatres in Santa Monica during the month of January. The festival will also host a Best-of-Fest presentation in Detroit during the 24th Annual Congress for the New Urbanism in June of 2016.
Reviews of the Third Annual New Urbanism Film Festival.
“…great line up of movies and speakers…”
“…it’s my new favorite urban planning conference of the year. I can’t wait to come back for NUFF2016…”
“…the whole festival is inspiring; it’s community building 101…”
“…the festival’s creativity and passion open up urban planning in new ways…”
“…this festival is becoming quite the institution in Los Angeles…”
“…the New Urbanism Film Festival is the best conference on urban planning, because only the best projects have films made about them, and only the best films are at the New Urbanism Film Festival…”
“…I learned something new each day. There’s films and activites for everyone, engaging at any level…”
“…the networking opportunities are unimaginable…”
“…this festival is doing things for planning and transportation that no other conference is doing. Mainly bringing together different groups of people…”
“…NUFF was a very inspiring experience and I would recommend it to any concerned citizen!”