The International Festival of Films on Art - 39TH Edition from March 16 to 28, 2021

The Disappearance of Robin Hood

Switzerland | 2018 | 25 min
English | Subtitles in French
Other: Davide Legittimo
Cinematography: Daniel Schwartz
Sound mixing: Guido Keller
Editing: Klearjos Eduardo Papanicolaou
Production: Alfredo Brillembourg
Composer: Nicola Di Croce
Director: Klearjos Eduardo Papanicolaou


This film is available online HERE

Quebec Premiere

London, 1972: the post-war social values ushered in a wave of Utopian housing projects. One of the most ambitious was Robin Hood Gardens, designed by Alison and Peter Smithson. In this documentary stitched through with fictional narratives, residents witness to the emotional, complex, and sometimes funny history of the project, alongside reflections from experts. Fifty years later, where has Robin Hood gone?

ArchFilm Fest London, UK (2018)
Architecture Film Festival Rotterdam, Netherlands (2018)
Architecture & Design Film Festival NY, USA (2018)
Milano Design Film Festival, Italy (2018)
Copenhagen Architecture Film Festival, Denmark (2019This film is available online HERE


Klearjos Eduardo Papanicolaou

Born in Mexico City to a Mexican/Greek family and subsequently growing up in Chile and the US before moving to the UK, Klearjos is a filmmaker influenced by ethnographic methods. His first film was a no- budget, feature length documentary entitled The Seven Sisters Indoor Market, a portrait of a Latin American migrant community in London caught in the midst of the city’s moneyed urban transformation. He is currently based in Zurich, Switzerland

Biographies have been provided by third parties.
Filmography | The Disappearance of Robin Hood (2018) ; The Seven Sisters Indoor Market (2016)

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