Good Shooting Guide


by Sandra Symes

This is a short film of Arnos Vale, near Bristol. It shows how Greek Architecture travels in space and time, and Arcadia, the founding-ideal: a Utopian paradise, gardens and the general perception held by visitors of the Vale as a ‘managed wilderness’.

This film was made as part of a Viewing Architecture through a Lens - a co-production by Independent Artists Network, the Architecture Centre and 90 Second Challenge to celebrate Architecture week. Five groups of artists and architects were given film-making mentors and unique Bristol locations in which to make a film in two days.

Viewing Architecture Through a Lens is sponsored by Arup and Arts & Business through Creative Bristol 2005, an initiative of Bristol Cultural Development Partnership - Arts Council England South West, Bristol City Council and Business West.

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