ArchiTuned is a non profit cultural association focusing on architecture.
Based in Venice, it's the creator of the Venice Architecture Short Film Festival.
The Venice Architecture Film Festival, promoted and created by the cultural association ArchiTuned, is an international festival of short movies, documentaries and scripts investigating topics related to architecture.
At ArchiTuned we believe in rebuilding from our strengths and bringing citizens together in order to create new spaces for sharing cultural attractions. After such a difficult period, ArchiTuned strives to focus the rebirth of Venice on a growing sense of culture to be experienced in urban spaces, hence creating opportunities for development and possibilities for fresh ideas and synergies, while maintaining the direction and path we want to take.
By assigning architecture its role of stretching the imagination beyond the limits of the ordinary, we aim to describe a different possible future that has its roots in Venice, a city in everyone’s heart.
The Festival, entirely conceived and curated by the members of the ArchiTuned non-profit cultural association, collects and depicts the experiences of diverse realities, offering a wide overview and a cross-section of real life frames of a cultural context, social developments and dynamics within the inhabited environments. Over the years Archituned has worked on the program and activities by collaborating with a wider network of professionals in the field, a.o. the Canadian Centre for Architecture, BARQFestival, Move Cine Arte, aeternamfilms, Miralless Tagliabue, Marco Bertozzi, Ila Beka and Luiose Lemoine, as well as the IUAV University of Venice, the Architectural Association School of Architecture of London.
We will be happy to welcome you at the Festival!