A film about the future of homes.
We follow actor and filmmaker Dustin Clare as he travels around the world to discover the future of housing. From 3D printed homes to innovative construction technologies, to ways of building houses in a world with finite resources, The House That Wiki Built is a look at something that effects us all... the roof over our heads and the future of housing the worlds population.
How does the project meet the aims of a philanthropic foundation?
The key philanthropic premise of this film is to look at the issue of housing on a global scale and understand the solutions and technology that are available to solve this problem. Those philanthropic foundations that have a direct interest in housing, architecture, environmental resources, technological solutions to wide reaching problems, and social housing solutions will find that THE HOUSE THAT WIKI BUILT is endeavouring to add a robust piece of research to an important global issue.
What is your education and outreach strategy?
The House That Wiki Built will be made available to universities and public libraries worldwide via the educational streaming service Kanopy. Fighting Chance Films has fostered a solid working relationship with the biggest platform provider of educational content to universities (over 3000) and public libraries worldwide. We intend to produce a viewing guide for school students that will be available to download from the films website, to encourage discussion, ideas and problem solving around the films themes.