Architecture on Film: One Way Boogie Woogie/27 Years Later

Architecture meets cinema in the Barbican's monthly series of screenings. December's event presents two films by "cinema's voice of the Midwest", the independent film-maker James Benning. One Way Boogie Woogie (1977), which has been hailed as a masterpiece of avant-garde cinema, explores Milwaukee's industrial landscape through 60 minute-long static vignettes. In 2004, Benning recaptured the shots in 27 Years Later, surveying how the same scenes have been affected by progress and decay.

 
  • Barbican Centre
  • London
  • Wednesday, 10 December 2014
  • Friday, 10 October 2014
  • December