Living Together Again Venice Architecture Films
Explore different visions on contemporary architecture.

Due August 15th, 2020 - For the 2020 "Living together Again" edition of the Venice Architecture Short Film Festival, Archituned has launched a competition for short films on architecture. The first five selected works will be featured at the Giardini della Marinaressa in Venice, during the event.

For the 2020 "Living together Again" edition of the Venice Architecture Short Film Festival, Archituned in collaboration with an external Jury of experts and professionals of the architecture and cinema field will create a selection of short films on architecture. The selection will include a.o. documentaries, animations, experimental shorts, etc, from international authors to be presented in Venice from 1st – 5th September 2020 on the occasion of the Festival.
Cinema will be the preferential medium and language, whilst Architecture and the public spaces of the city of Venice will convey the message, they become the frame and place to meet, reflect upon a wide range of topics close to the community and to the architects themselves. Architecture itself will be investigated and questioned as a fundamental instrument that influences and shapes our habits, our future, the sense of community we are building everyday living together our spaces.

The selected films presented will explore different visions on contemporary architecture with a particular focus on themes such as living in the cities, the landscapes, the use and regeneration of public and open spaces, the sense of neighbourhood, how we create and define a sense of community and how we share and live within those frames.

The variety of the different spaces and locations represented through the videos will reflect the diversity of perspectives and visions on the role of architecture, the use of public spaces and the social, geographic, cultural and political contexts featured within them. The works will tell a narrative of spaces, of cultures and their expressions, of the needs of citizens and tourists alike, of urban contexts, being them real or idealized scenarios to take inspiration from.

Through all works presented, they invite the public to reflect, can we rethink our spaces, our routines, our multicultural societies and therefore provide answers to the needs of contemporary society and how we live our cities and urban spaces?

Entries should be a maximum length of 15 minutes.

Click the link below for Official Rules and more details.


Grand Prize:
500 Euros (Approx. $570 USD)

Open Worldwide to aged 18 and older.

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