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11 July – 8 August 2018


Garage Museum of Contemporary art in partnership with Moscow Film School and MARCH Architecture School in Moscow present Cinetecture—a cycle of lectures on architecture in film and film in architecture within the project “Did you have a good time?” Vremena Goda Café since 1968. Exploring intersections between the two mediums, Cinetecture offers an unusual perspective on the cultural process.  

Although architecture is to a certain extent present in most films, it often remains but a prop in the background. However, certain pictures require a unique setting and lead to the construction of entire cities. In this cycle, the lecturers and invited speakers will look into utopias and dystopias in architecture and film.  


Vsevolod Korshunov is a screenwriter, editor, and film scholar. He is a doctoral candidate of art history and the head of the documentary film department at Rossiya — Kultura TV channel. He teaches at Gerasimov Institute of Cinematography (VGIK) and has developed the courses "The History of Film" and "Contemporary Film" for Moscow Film School.

Alexander Ostogorsky is an architectural journalist and critic. He read courses "Professional Practice" and "C&CS" at MARCH Architecture School in Moscow.


Moscow Film School is a leader in film education in Russia and has been educating and training professionals to work in the production, pre- and postproduction of films as well as film distribution for five years. MFS incorporates leading international practices and relevant local experience in order to train professionals whose knowledge and skills match the requirements of the contemporary film industry. The School offers three formats of education programs: 10 Professional CPD Diploma courses, a Preparatory Filmmaking course, and a variety of short-term intensive courses.



MARCH Architecture School has been offering a new model of high quality architectural education and shaping the professional community of architects in Russia for five years. The School has developed bespoke programs in partnership with the Sir John Cass School of Art, Architecture and Design of London Metropolitan University (LMU) and invites leading Russian and international architects to educate highly qualified, creative, and responsible professionals.

Graduates receive a British MA or BA degree enabling them to begin a successful career across the world. In addition to these main programs, MARCH offers a selection of new courses, runs open lectures, workshops and master-classes and participates in exhibitions and biennials, proving every year that education can be interesting.


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