Cinema Orange | Neutra: Survival Through Design
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About The Event
Discover the life, work, and times of Austrian-American architect Richard Neutra (1892-1970). Neutra moved to Los Angeles in 1925, and made his mark as one of the defining influences on modernist architecture in Southern California and beyond. This film takes you inside to his most important works--the Luckenwalde Forest Cemetery, his first built house design in Berlin, Rudolph Schindler’s Kings Road House and the family home VDL House in Los Angeles, and the Palm Springs Kaufmann House.
Presented in partnership with Newport Beach Film Festival and organized by Leslie Feibleman, director of special programs and community cinema, Newport Beach Film Festival.
Seating is limited, please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org. Tickets will be handed out at the front desk beginning at 5pm on the day of the screening. Unclaimed reservations will be released 10 minutes prior to the start of the film.