We are happy to share the new poster design for our North American distribution and marketing. More news is forthcoming, and can’t wait to see you at screenings.
Allegheny Lab for Innovation and Creativity (ALIC) to host a screening of touristic intents on November 8th. /// The Allegheny Lab for Innovation & Creativity (ALIC) is an ecosystem of resources that give students the tools to best demonstrate the skills they’ve learned while at Allegheny in their post-graduation lives. From co-op programs to grants and micro-credentials, ALIC
Virginia Tech School of Architecture to host a screening of touristic intents on September 28th followed by a panel discussion on the 29th. The panel includes Mat Rappaport, Director, Brian Britt, VT Department of Religion and Culture, and Anu Thapa, VT School of Performing Arts. The panel will be moderated by Associate Professor, Sharóne L.
Touristic Intents wins best Feature Documentary at the 12th annual Massachusetts Independent Film Festival. The 2022 edition of the Massachusetts Independent Film Festival is sponsored by the Shawna E. Shea Memorial Foundation, Inc. April 13 through the 16th in three locations in Worcester, MA. Hilton Garden Inn Worcester, WCUW 91.3 and Traina Center For The
byDesign Film FestivalSeattle, WashingtonVirtually from Mar. 17–27, 2022In-person screening: Mar. 20 at 4:30pm** Northwest premiere! Co-presented with Goethe Pop Up Seattle. Available only in the Pacific Northwest virtually (WA, OR, AK, ID, MT, BC, Yukon). **https://nwfilmforum.org/films/bydesign-2022-touristic-intents/
Touristic Intents will premiere in the city where one of the film’s 1st interviews was completed! From the festival web site. A megalomaniac project, 4.5 km long, on the Baltic coast, to accommodate 20,000 holiday makers. That was the new Nazi concept for mass tourism as it was originally formulated by Henry Ford. During the
OZ Ostsee-Zeitung, 1-15-2019 http://www.ostsee-zeitung.de/Nachrichten/Wirtschaft/Ruegen-Letzter-Block-in-Prora-an-Investor-verkauft Synopsis: Block 5 of Prora is sold to Bauart GmbH. Plans include a unified home for the Prora Documentation Center and the Prora Center. The renovation includes a 6.8 million Euro investment by the government into the renovation of the museum facilities. Bauart GmbH plan to invest 60 million Euros to
Mat Rappaport presents the project touristic intents at the Visible Evidence conference in Toronto Canada on August 22nd. In the talk Rappaport discusses the history of the project from its initial form as a photographic archive, an audio walk and an outdoor sculpture to the later installation which includes a single channel experimental documentary projected onto
The Bild has a feature about Uriel Busch, one of the first people to purchase sections of Prora and develop them into apartments. Mr. Busch is a subject in Touristic Intents, where he shares his vision for the site and hopes for renewed use of this gigantic building. From the article Die ersten Besitzer bezogen bereits 2014
The 10,000 bedroom Nazi hotel that was never used (photos) The post titled, ” The 10,000 bedroom Nazi hotel that was never used.” includes a set of pre-development photos that reflect the neglect post German unification. The article omits references to the significant development that is transforming the site into modern apartments and hotels. “Today, the