We are happy to be returning to Austin for our second year in a row. Join urbanists from the area in this especially curated selection of films from the New Urbanism Film Festival.
- Location: Alamo Drafthouse Cinema – South Lamar
- Date: Tuesday August 23rd
- Time: 7:00-9:00pm, doors open 6:30pm
- Ticket Link: Alamo Drafthouse Cinema
Want to support this screening? Click here to download a pdf of the miniposter to print and hang in your store window or office or dormroom!
Sprawlanta – The New Urban development of Atlanta’s Glenwood Park provides an alternative (and perhaps a way forward) to Atlanta’s infamous sprawl.
Cerebral City – A young woman explores the laneways and streets of Melbourne, AU.
The Idea District – What will become of San Diego’s last major opportunity for infill development?
The Northparker – A look at how a single building can engage the public realm.
Some things you might see in Amsterdam – probably bikes!
I’d Rather Stay – Seniors in cities and suburbs talk about how the built environment effects their personal health and social life.
Utah Transit – Salt Lake City shows that progressive transit isn’t only for blue-state cities.
Work with the Landscape – Rob Cowan’s sardonic take on landscape urbanism.
We are happy to be partnering with the Central Texas Chapter of the Congress for the New Urbanism to host a special two hour screening of the award winning films from both years of the New Urbanism Film Festival.
The screening will be Monday 7pm, August 31st, at the Alamo Drafthouse Cinema in South Lamar
For more details please contact @CNU_CTX