Olympia: Festival of Nations
A Film by Leni Reifenstahl
With the upcoming 2016 Rio Olympics, please join us for this historical documentary about the controversial 1936 Olympics. It was the first documentary feature film of the Olympic Games ever made.
Many advanced motion picture techniques, which later became industry standards but which were groundbreaking at the time, were employed. The techniques employed are almost universally admired, but the film is controversial due to its political context.
Please note: This film is being shown for historical purposes only because of it's Olympic theme (this being an Olympic year). As with all films shown, the AIA UK does not endorse any views expressed.
Admission for AIA Members: £3
General Admission/Non-members: £5
1.5 CES Credits
Seating is limited. RSVP required.