Zaha Hadid is one of a handful of global superstar designers who have changed the way people think about the world through buildings. Hadid once had a reputation as a “paper architect,” whose unbuildable projects began as vivid paintings of gravity-defying shapes exploding into the void. How did this extraordinary woman—by turns charming, stubborn, visionary, and exacting—come to build the impossible? (2013, 75 min.)
Screening two nights, March 25 and 26.
Roof opens at 7P, film at 8P.