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Bicycle Film Festival: 8 Films

11:15 PM EDT on May 15, 2007

One showing of an eight-film program.

    • BICYCLE SAMBA UK 2005 | DV | 2 min. Dir. Sophie Clements Samba on bicycles! All sounds directly from the bikes - no added or altered sounds.
    • YELLOW JACKET France 2005 | Animation | 6 min. Dir. Bruno Collet Bicycle racing hijinx by the beach.
    • PUMP USA 2006 | Super 8 | 5 min. Dir. Sinisa Kukic A super 8 camera mounted to various components of a fixed gear bicycle.
    • ERIC NG MEMORIAL RIDE USA 2006 | Super 8 | 3 min. Dir. Nick Golebiewski This film follows the ride for Eric Ng whom was killed by a drunk driver in an SUV on an off-street bike path on the West Side Highway.
    • BACK TO BACKUSA 2002 | 16mm | 4 min Dir. H'her Lenz A cycling enthusiast builds an unusual bicycle for himself and his wife and learns there is more to bike riding than winning races.
    • REVOLUTIONS PER MINUTE UK 2005 | 16mm | 8 min. Dir. Joseph Knowles A jazz-inflected documentary tells the story of a day in the life of a bicycle factory.
    • EAT! SLEEP? BIKES! USA 2007 | DV | 26 min. Dir. Sasha Edge Four friends embark on a 508 mile non-stop 46 hour bike ride through Death Valley, California climbing and descending 35,000 ft. on fixed gear bicycles.
    • WE JUST WORK HERE World Premiere USA 2007 | Super-8 | 40 min. Dir. Brian Vernor Every luscious shot in this film exudes love of the bicycle. This film follows the workers of Santa Cruz Bicycles from the factory to the trails, streets and track. The track shots are so beautiful they would inspire any street fixie rider to head for their local track. Legendary skater Rob Roskopp founded a company on passion for the bicycle. The workers of Sana Cruz share this passion through playing and working together.

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