Thu 16 Nov 2017, 5.30pm
Interiors Cinema Club presents::
The Grand Budapest Hotel


GSB-01 Lecture Hall
The Cass School of Art, Architecture and Design
London E1 7TB

Grand Budapest Hotel

In The Grand Budapest Hotel (Dir. Wes Anderson,2014) we're told the story of a remembering of personal history which is loosely chronologically located, the film's production design offering an indeterminate view of interiors, buildings and events located in an unspecified past.

The films in this first season of Interiors Cinema Club offer different views of the way in which our sense of self is located in, and created by the material world and addresses what happens when that material world alters chronologically.

How far are we a product of our times? Is being human something that changes according to the spaces, buildings, objects, interiors that reflect back to us the period in which we live? Or is there a core to our 'human-ness' that remains unchanging across the ages?