Vancouver’s most celebrated architect, Arthur Erickson gave us the Museum of Anthropology, the SFU campus at Burnaby Mountain, and Robson Square, among many other gems. But Dyde House, in Alberta, has often been overlooked. One of his earliest commissions, it’s a private home nestled among the aspen parklands, a hidden masterpiece that holds clues to Erickson’s philosophy, inspiration, his methods and his future large scale projects. This 53-minute film artfully tells the story of an undiscovered piece of history and the architects fighting for its future.
Sunday December 10
Max Amerongen, Jordan Bloemen
Bradley Cooper's second film as director is a symphonic portrait of the composer/conductor Leonard Bernstein, with Cooper in the title role and Carey Mulligan as his wife, actress Felicia Montealegre. One of the films of the year.
The Three Musketeers: D'Artagnan
D'Artagnan arrives in Paris trying to find his attackers after being left for dead, which leads him to a real war where the future of France is at stake. He aligns himself with Athos, Porthos and Aramis, three musketeers of the King.
The Wind Rises
Miyazaki's first "retirement" film is inspired by the life of Jiro Horikoshi, a young man much like the filmmaker, who grew up to be a designer and engineer, and who is best known for the "Zero" fighter plane, a masterpiece of aerodynamics.
Arthur Erickson's Dyde House
Nestled among the aspen parkland of Alberta, a hidden masterpiece by one of Canada's most celebrated architects has been found. Arthur Erickson’s Dyde House tells the story of an undiscovered piece of history and the architects fighting for its future.