Big Time 15+, unless accompanied by an adult
The architectural mind behind some of the world's most famous buildings.
Bjarke Ingels has been named “one of architecture’s biggest stars” by the Wall Street Journal. Big Time follows Bjarke while he struggles to finish his biggest project so far: the skyscraper to replace the Twin Towers. The audiences are led through the personal, professional and creative pressures on this renowned Danish architect.
Director Kaspar Astrup Schröder | Producer Sara Stockmann | Editor Bobbie Esra Pertan, Cathrine Ambus, Kaspar Astrup Schröder | Cast Bjarke Ingels
Screens with: Nicole's Cage
Kaspar Astrup Schröder is an autodidact film director, who also works in the areas of graphic design, art and photography. Kaspar was editing fiction films before his passion for documentary films kicked in, and he subsequently started editing and then directing documentaries. His films have been distributed internationally and premiered at some of the world’s biggest festivals such as IDFA, Planete Doc, True/False, Full Frame, Silverdocs, It’s All True, Hot Docs, SFIFF and CPH:DOX. In 2013, Kaspar won a Golden Eye Award in the category Best International Documentary for his film Rent a Family Inc. In 2014, Kaspar established the production company Good Company Pictures along with the directors Katrine Philip (Dance For Me), Boris Bertram (The War Campaign) and the producer Katrine A. Sahlstrøm (Ai Weiwei - The Fake Case). The company is based in Copenhagen, and it produces international documentaries. The company’s first film Home Sweet Home was nominated for a prize at IDFA in 2015. In 2017, Kaspar premieres with two new films: Waiting For The Sun (World premiere at CPH:DOX 2017) and Big Time, about the celebrity architect Bjarke Ingels.