Lecture Series, April 2014 - Nathaniel Kahn

April 4, 6:00pm - 8:00pm
Mānoa Campus, School of Architecture

Nathaniel Kahn is an Oscar and Emmy-nominated filmmaker. His journey to know the father he lost as an 11 year old boy — the legendary modern architect Louis Kahn — became the highly acclaimed 2003 film, My Architect.

Nathaniel Kahn’s My Architect, takes us on a worldwide journey, from Quaker Philadelphia, to California, Israel, India and the streets of deltaic Dhaka, Bangladesh, to uncover the mysteries of a distant father -- looking for clues in Louis Kahn’s buildings, in his work relationships and even in the three families he had with three different women. It is a film with deep meaning to anyone who seeks to understand the relationship between art and love.


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(808) 956-7225, arch@hawaii.edu, Lecture Series 2014 - Nathaniel Kahn (PDF)

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