The next stop for the bicycle film festival is another first time city, Denver. October 28th-31st, which also coincides with another great event for this Halloween weekend.
In my ongoing series in interviewing festival directors I spoke with Jen Nordhem who is a strong figure in the local Denver bicycle community. Here is […]
The Bicycle Film Festival is now in Europe hitting these cities:
Copenhagen-September 30th Milano-October 8th-11th Paris-October 14-18th
Check out this trailer:
The cardboard bicycle heads will be in London starting tomorrow. More info here.
In my on going series in meeting festival directors, introducing Laura Fletcher, who’s keeping things going over there […]
The Bicycle Film Festival, continues its world tour with a stop in Seattle, for the first time.
I spoke with Ryan Schuetze who runs the site gomeansgo and is the director of the BFF Seattle. I wanted to get an idea of the local fixed gear scene which he seems to be an active […]
The Bicycle Film Festival has been rolling through the country this summer, so far in these cities:
Memphis â€¢ New York â€¢ Philadelphia â€¢ Pittsburgh â€¢ Minneapolis â€¢ Richmond â€¢ San Francisco â€¢ Detroit â€¢ Oakland â€¢ Portland â€¢ Austin â€¢ Chicago â€¢ Montreal â€¢ Boulder â€¢ Toronto â€¢ Orlando
In my ongoing series, […]
Bicycle Film Festival is in San Francisco and Oakland.
Here is my interview with Andrew McClintock who is running the festival there:
Name, age and where you live and ride. Andrew McClintock, 24, Born and raised in San Francisco.
bikes you own? My bike got stolen last night and besides that all I have […]
This is the 4th year in a row the BFF has hit Minneapolis, which has often been rated one of the top places to bike in America.
I had a nice chat with Amy Kuretsky, who is organizing the festival for the Minneapolis leg.
—-Name, Age, Where do yo live (ride)
The bicycle film festival moves on to its next city: Philadelphia June 26-27th.
I did a Q and A with Joe Stakun who is running the BFF in Philly. Joe is also one of the film makers who made a documentary about an upstate NY BMX company success story: FBM.
The name of […]
This weekend there was a ton of stuff going on. Thursday was a private party for the Bicycle Film Festival at the beautiful Angel Oransanz Gallery in the Lower East Side. The festival director Brendt Barbur and his staff had a nice reception for friends of the festival. Hosted by their new sponsor who […]
Be apart of this amazing movie festival dedicated to the bicycle, now in its 9th year.
Got this message from Nick Golebiewski who is looking for interns for the bicycle film festival:
“We’re looking for a video/film intern at the festival if you know of anyone. There’s a festival every weekend and we […]
Just a reminder: Saturday, June 20th, 12 p.m. gathering, leaves at 12:30 p.m. Anthology Film Archives, 2nd Street and 2nd Avenue Calling all bikes: tall bikes, ugly bikes, crazy bikes and bikes in every shape and color. Show your bike love and come out to the BIKE PARADE followed by the Bike Beauty Pageant […]