The new action messenger movie Premium Rush is getting hyped up here in NYC.
Affinity Cycles in Brooklyn has even designed a bike based on their track bike that was used in the film.
The Affinity Metropolitan.
Get yours today: here.
Last night (8/22/12) was the red carpet premiere and [...]
Although I am away this week with the family in Cape Cod,
You should definitely go to:
Bicycle Film Festival-New York City-2012
June 28-July1 Anthology Film Archives 2nd and 2nd New York
From the festival: This is THE SUMMER OF BIKES in New York City! And the BFF is back! BICYCLE [...]
A message from Brendt Barbur, of the Bicycle Film Festival.
We have a couple of announcements. 1. CALL FOR ENTRIES 2. New York Dates 2. KICKSTARTER for THE COMMENTATOR
1.Calling all filmmakers to submit their films to the BFF. The due date is April 1.
2.BFF New York dates for June [...]
Brendt Barbur, the illustrious creator of the world famous Bicycle Film Festival, is going beyond just curating great bike movies, he’s making one of his own.
The documentary project is called the Commentator and takes an in depth look at Jorgensen Leth who created the legendary sports film: “A Sunday in Hell.” back [...]
Back by popular demand, it’s video Friday’s. Delightful eye catching ways to watch bikes doing amazing things on the last day of the work week!
First off we take journey back in time to last weekend, where a large piece of the desert in Nevada plays host to 50,000 people who pilgrimage for the [...]
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 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 [...]
Cort Percer wrote me this great recap from last weekends Bicycle film festival.
–”As Memphis’s first BFF and a kickoff to the 2009 BFF year, I would say that things went splendidly. Memphis is a bit small so instead of the usual 4-day BFF we decided to focus on the core and held [...]
39 cities for the festival this year. Truly a phenomenal achievement to bring cinema about bicycles to various cities all over the world. Special thanks to Brendt Barbur, festival director and his dedicated staff. Now in its ninth year the Bicycle Film Festival has announced almost all of its tour dates.
Memphis MAY [...]