“Rams” screening, hosted by Binghamton University Art Museum, sponsored by the Department of Art and Design. Doors at 5:00 PM, film at 5:30 PM. Introduced by Alessandro Segalini, Assistant Professor of Art and Design. Free and open to the public.
Towner Gallery, De La Warr Pavilion, Charleston, Locate East Sussex and Design Brighton are hosting an exclusive screening of Rams. This evening presentation will start from 17:30 with canapes and drinks, and a short address by Duncan Baker-Brown of BBM Sustainable Design. The film will be shown at 18.15 and finish at 19.30.
"Rams" returns to the SF Bay Area for an encore Special Screening hosted by director Gary Hustwit. Presented in association with AIGA SF and IDSA SF Doors at 6:15pm, screening starts at 7:00pm, discussion with director Gary Hustwit and guests following the film.
PLEASE NOTE: The screening venue has been changed to the Esquire Theater.
The Denver Premiere Screening of "Rams" hosted by director Gary Hustwit. Co-presented by IDSA Rocky Mountain and AIGA Colorado. Doors at 7pm, screening starts at 7:30pm, discussion with director Gary Hustwit following the film.
The Philadelphia Premiere Screening of "Rams" hosted by director Gary Hustwit. In conjunction with the exhibition Dieter Rams: Principled Design at the Philadelphia Museum of Art. Screening co-presented by The Westphal College of Media Arts & Design, Drexel University. Doors at 6:30pm, screening starts at 7pm, Q&A with Gary Hustwit following the film.
The Atlanta Premiere Screening of "Rams" hosted by director Gary Hustwit, co presented by AIGA Atlanta. Doors at 6:30pm, screening starts at 7pm, discussion with director Gary Hustwit following the film.
SOLD OUT. There will be a standby line at the theater starting at 6:30pm.
The Irish Premiere of “Rams”, hosted by director Gary Hustwit and co-presented by Various Artists and supported by 100 Archive. Doors at 8pm, film at 8:30pm.
Discussion after the film with Michael C. Place (Studio Build, Leeds), Mason Wells (Bibliotheque Design, London), Kim Mackenzie-Doyle (IDI, Dublin), and Gary Hustwit, moderated by Stephen Ledwidge (Zero-G, Dublin).