Carmen Burkart is leaving us. She’s one of only a handful of New York City’s full time female couriers. She’s heading back to her home country of Germany and the New York Bike Messenger Association along with her friends are hosting a farewell diner. Come by, say goodbye to Carmen and meet some […]
This year the bicycle film festival turns 10 years old, bringing you movies about bikes from Amsterdam to Zurich. It all started here in NYC. This year, our favorite bicycle film festival will be here: June 17-20th. They have extended their submission deadline to March 27th…So get crackin ———————— The Bicycle Film Festival […]
The Bicycle Film Festival is coming around again for another jam packed year of bike related movies. The NYC office has a great paid opportunity available and is looking for a tech savvy person to join their team:
WEB AND MULTIMEDIA COORDINATOR
The Bicycle Film Festival is looking for a Web and Multimedia Coordinator […]
Got a rare opportunity to travel to a few cities for an IBM commercial. Had a brief time in Miami but didn’t get much time to explore other than a stroll along the beach.
Of course we picked the one day to shoot that was record cold and raining. Guess i didn’t […]
So the Bicycle Film Festival is also in New Orleans and Houston this Weekend. (schedule for Houston) Here is a video from the Houston Fixed Gear scene:
Houston Fixed Chopped and Screwed from donny hall on Vimeo.
I got a chance to interview Kate Drabinski who is the festival director of New Orleans:
The Bicycle Film Festival is wrapping up a giant year with 37 cities on its global tour of film and bikes. The last stops are:
New Orleans December 5th Washington DC December 5th Houston December 5th Miami December 10-12th
Here is my interview with Chris Carraway who is running things for the BFF […]
This week the Bicycle Film Festival hits Tokyo and Boston.
In my ongoing series of interviewing festival directors in various BFF cities I spoke with Joshua Kampa who is running things for Boston. He is the owner of the new bicycle shop in Somerville, MA called Open Bicycle. This is one busy cyclist […]
A message from bicycle film festival founder Brendt Barbur:
“Hi All. What a year! We have been to over 30 cities thus far. We have had hundreds of parties and a couple hundred thousand of friends join us from all around the world. Thank you so much. Please come out to a city near […]
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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 […]