2 May 2019 at 7:00 pm
Played at Cinematheque.
- Directed by Marcus Robinson
A bold cinematic portrait of the influential engineer Peter Rice.
Peter Rice has a global reputation as one of the most important engineers of the 20th Century. Among his works are many of the most celebrated buildings in world architecture: the Sydney Opera House, the Lloyd’s Building in London, the Inverted Pyramid at the Louvre, and the Pompidou Centre in Paris. This cinematic portrait uses stunning 35mm time-lapse photography and interviews with many of the Rice’s key collaborators to establish his enormous contribution to the world of architecture.
Sponsored by Crosier, Kilgour & Partners.