Join local urbanists for the first San Antonio screening of the New Urbanism Film Festival! Grab a beer, mingle with fellow urbanists, and enjoy a collection of films on the topic of the built environment. City-lovers of all backgrounds are invited! Anyone who works to redesign a street, strengthen ties neighborhood ties, develop new housing, or preserve a historic landmark is putting New Urbanism into action regardless of affiliation or background.
When:Wednesday, November 16. Doors open at 6:30 pm and showtime is at 7
Where: Alamo Beer Company, 415 Burnet St, San Antonio, TX 78202
Seating is limited – don’t wait to reserve your spot! Be sure to take advantage of the early bird pricing at $8 through Wednesday, November 9. Tickets go up to $10 starting November 10. Tickets available through Eventbrite (nuffsa.eventbrite.com).
Presented by CNU-San Antonio: Building Places People Love. The full New Urbanism Film Festival is an annual event in Los Angeles, California. Learn more at newurbanismfilmfestival.com.
Sprawlanta – The New Urban development of Glenwood Park provides an option to and path forward from Atlanta’s sprawl.
Cerebral City – A young woman explores the laneways and streets of Melbourne and discovers life and herself in the city.
The Idea District – San Diego’s last major infill opportunity.
The Northparker – A look at a single building and how it helps to give shape to the public realm.
Some Things You Might See While in Amsterdam – Bikes involved!
I’d Rather Stay – Seniors in cities and suburbs discuss how the built environment impacts their lives.
Utah Transit – Salt Lake City shows how transit isn’t just for blue-state cities.
Work With the Landscape – Excerpt from the Pandemonium Series with Rob Cowan.
Brooklyn Farmer – Leaving a corporate job to farm on top of city roofs has its risks and rewards.