Architect Jan Gehl and his team at Gehl Architects study the life and behaviour of people in cities. They study patterns of human behaviour and seek to create urban design that inspires social interaction. They call it “the good life”. The approach is defined as humanistic design, in which the people are more important than the design.
A Final Cut For Real production
Written and directed by Andreas Dalsgaard
Producer: Signe Byrge Sørensen
"Informative and thrilling"
"An excellent case for designing cities around people"
"A tight, compelling and well-designed film about design"
"Necessary and important"
"The vision of a humane big city is more needed than ever"
Aljazeera Int. Documentary FF
Planete Doc FF
Bergen International FF
2morrow Moscow Int. Film Festival
!F Istanbul Film Festival
One World Human Rights Film
Miami Int. Film Festival
London Human Rights Film Festival
VIFF Kino Pavasaris, LIthuania
Planete Doc to Amnesty Int. FF
Warszawa, Planete Doc Review
New York Human Rights Watch FF
Imagine Liege, Belgium
DocsBarcelona + Medellin
Fundacion Ambulante, Colombia
Take one Action FF, Scotland
International Human Rights FF Albania
SEA:DOX FF, Montenegro
Guatemalan Human Rights FF
Guth Gaffa Int. FF, Ireland
Astra FF (Sibiu int. Doc FF)Romania
Human Doc Int. FF, Poland
MIDBO Int. Doc FF, Colombia
Cork Film Festival, Ireland
Human Rights Weekend (Human Rights Watch FF), Amsterdam
Millenium Film Festival, Brussels
Human Right Wrong – Oslo, Norway
Center for Contemporary Arts, Glasgow