Seattle Library: Homeless Man Interview Clips / Tomas Koolhaas

  • 30 Jun 2012
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Earlier we shared with you these rough clips of the recently completed CCTV Headquarters in Beijing, filmed by as part of a feature length documentary film that he currently making about his father, Rem Koolhaas. In this short clip, Tomas Koolhaas interviews a homeless man inside the Seattle Central Library as an attempt to capture his unique experience within the glass and steel mesh walls of the famous public library.

Tomas Koolhaas studied at the Los Angeles Film School. Upon graduating, he spend ten years working as a cinematographer and has recently switched his focused more towards directing and writing. The documentary film, REM, is set to debut in 2013. Watch for updates here on the REM Facebook page.

Cite: Rosenfield, Karissa. "Seattle Library: Homeless Man Interview Clips / Tomas Koolhaas" 30 Jun 2012. ArchDaily. Accessed 21 Dec 2014. <http://www.archdaily.com/?p=250162>
  • H-J

    It’s amazing how the whole family can build a career on the genius of the Pater Familias.

  • JK

    What does the acronym REM mean, in reference to the title?