Bruce Goff was one of the greatest American architects of the 20th century. His unconventional perspective challenged stigmas about the Mid- west’s inability to produce innovative work. A peer to Frank Lloyd Wright, his work had a profound influence on the next generation of architects, including Phillip Johnson and Frank Gehry. However, Goff’s willingness to explore unprecedented forms often solicited polarized perspectives of his work. As a result of establishing his practice in an otherwise conservative landscape and his unabashed desire to experiment with the possibilities of form, much of his work has been left to decay or forgotten altogether. GOFF explores the life of an iconoclast and chronicles the events that lead to the destruction and renewed interest of his memory

YEAR 2019 RUNTIME 96 minutes LANGUAGE English COUNTRY United States

FILMMAKER Britni Harris

Goff Q&A

Britni Harris is a documentary filmmaker, director, cinematographer and editor passionate about creating spaces for conversation and change. After receiving her Bachelors of Arts in Journalism degree from the University of Oklahoma she started working for Food Network’s TV show “Pioneer Woman”. She transitioned into commercial editing and camera operating for the ad agency Brother’s and Company. Since then she has gone on to collaborate on national independent documentaries all over the country. Her work has been featured on Human Rights Watch & ACLU, CNN, PBS, VICE TV, HBO, Food Network, Austin Film Festival 2018, deadCenter Film Festival 2018, San Francisco IndieFest and national TV.

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