Nine minutes and fifty-seven seconds, to be precise, is the length of the Bartlett School of Architecture, Year 1's End of Year Film 2009.
The stop-action film is a very creative presentation of the class's installations, projects and travels. The school's "new wave of different architectures" is apparent in the film, even though depth of presentation is lacking in its rapid-fire style. But that's probably the point, eh? Convey the essence of the school's architecture department by using the images and sounds of the medium of film/video as a supplement to architectural production. The film's concept parallels the architectural concept. Whatever the case, it's refreshing to see that drawing and physical model-building are still taught in architecture schools today.
(Thanks to Patrick for the heads up!)