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The Architecture Centre's film season runs as follows, at RIBA unless marked otherwise:

14 March, 6.30pm: "55x55x10 - The Making of BBC2 Building Sights", introduced by the TV series' producers Ruth Rosenthal and Clare Patterson.

15, 6.15pm: Raise the Red Lantern by Zhang Yimou, introduced by Waldemar Januszczak (C4 Headquarters).

16, 2.30pm: Pieces of Time: three short films (by Man Ray, Marianne Visier and Murray Grigor) showing how easily modern architecture can become ruinous. Presented by independent film-maker, Murray Grigor.

18, 6.30pm: "Architecture as Master Metaphor"; an evening with Peter Greenaway.

19, 6.15pm: Wings of Desire, Wim Wender's homage to Berlin, introduced by Dan Cruickshank (C4 Headquarters).

20, 6.30pm: "Montage and Photogenie"; Patrick Keiller, architect and film-maker looks at cities through his own eyes and those of Laszlo Maholy- Nagy and Oskar Fischinger.

21, 6.30pm: Brazil, introduced by Terry Gilliam, the nightmarish film's director.

22, 6.30pm; "Disaster and Ductwork": architect David Bass uses film clips to show what makes us uncomfortable with many modern buildings.