• Documentary
  • And The Winner Is… Q&A with the five Foreign Films directors nominated for the Golden Globes Awards 2018

    “And the Winner Is…” brings segments of a Q&A with the five Foreign Films directors nominated for the Golden Globes Awards sharing their thoughts and experiences on the making of their latest films. Angelina Jolie, Ruben Östlund, Andrey Zvigagintsev, Sebastian Lelio and Fatih Akin sat next to each other at the American Cinematheque’s Egyptian Theater and […]

  • Documentary
  • Architecture + Cinema + Hollywood Work-in-Progress: The Academy Museum of Motion pictures in Context

    Renzo Piano and Kerry Brougher at theThe Samuel Goldwyn Theater

    The work-in-progress of the Academy Museum in Los Angeles, designed by architect Renzo Piano, is scheduled for opening in 2019. In “Architecture + Cinema + Hollywood”, the three are connected through images of the museum’s construction at the present time, historic and contemporary examples of architecture, mementos from classic movies, metaphors of Hollywood, and segments […]

  • Documentary
  • Tangoing with Paul & Amigos A personal spinoff of Paul McCarthy's exhibition at the Hauser & Wirth Gallery in LA's downtown Art District

    Sculpture at Walla Walla

    “Impacting” is what first comes to mind when visiting Paul McCarthy’s wood sculpture exhibition at the Hauser & Wirth Gallery in LA’s downtown Arts District. The combination of crafted wood at a large scale and the integration of a Baroque language speaking a surrealistic critique of the contemporary world signals an art mutation McCarthy titled […]

  • Documentary
  • Tongva Park and the Angelbird A new destination and gathering place of great social, ecological, and symbolic value

    Observation Point - Tongva park. Copyright Rick and Ruth Meghiddo 2017. All Rights Reserved.

    Tongva Park in Santa Monica is a unique model of sustainability and Organic Architecture, sensitive to the site’s geological and human history. It was designed by  James Corner Field Operations to turn the area into “a new destination and gathering place of great social, ecological, and symbolic value.” During February of 2016, we were invited […]

  • Promotion
  • Food for Thought

    Ruth Meghiddo

    Farm Urbana, as presented in “Food for Thought,” proposes practical solutions to help the rapidly growing urban population’s access to fresh food close to home. Ruth Meghiddo challenges developers, architects, and property owners to include urban farming as an integral part of the built environment. She sees bridging between urban farming and design a critical […]