Built on Narrow Land
A film that looks at a moment in Cape Cod when the spirit of European modern architecture inspired a group of bohemian designers (professionals and amateurs both) to build houses that married principles of the Bauhaus to the centuries-old local architecture of seaside New England. But in 1959, with the establishment of the Cape Cod National Seashore the fate of these houses suddenly hung in the balance. The film documents an important period in the history of Modern Architecture through the lens of one of the most beautiful places in the world. Music is scored by Josephine Wiggs of the Breeders.