Sam Lubell interview about last years exhibit “Never Built”.
Audio recording from Gensler film event featuring Cuco
Miriam Fogler talking about city goverment issues on Planning and Land-Use
Broad Minded City Trailer

Kickstart this film: Broad Minded City

Kickstarter Image-3bToday is the beginning of the Broad Minded City Kickstarter crowdfunding drive to fund this dynamic and forward-thinking documentary film. We encourage everyone to donate to this film so that we may see it to completion. We have nice incentives for donating, in addition, of course, to our gratitude.

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Ken Bernstein Interview Clip

Los Angeles Principal City Planner and Director for the Office of Historic Resources for Los Angeles City Planning Department, Ken Bernstein talks about the significance of Frank Lloyd Wright’s influence in Los Angeles and how it influenced other architects to be innovative and creative during a time that Los Angeles was relatively young.

“The architect should strive continually to simplify; the ensemble of the rooms should then be carefully considered that comfort and utility may go hand in hand with beauty.”

Frank Lloyd Wright, 1908

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Short Clip Interview with Bart Reed

Short interview clip with Bart Reed who is the Founder and Executive Director of the Transit Coalition, a San Fernando Valley based non-profit advocacy group dealing with transportation policy, planning and land use issues for effective transportation systems and services which includes auto, rail, bus, bicycle, roads, ADA, transportation of goods and pedestrian safety.

 “Mobility is not just a question of building wider or longer roads; it is about providing appropriate and efficient systems that serve the most people in the best, most equitable manner. This includes encouraging a transition from car use to trains, buses and bicycles, and bringing more pedestrians onto well-lit sidewalks.”

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