StreetFilms Film Festival: Intersection Intervention

Come see many of your favorite StreetFilms on the big screen! This film fest features a 60-minute program including 13 StreetFilms and a reception afterward with free beer and pizza.

  • Physically Separated Bike Lanes (8:30)
  • Make Music New York (3:18)
  • Congestion Pricing (4:12)
  • T.A. Rides with Penalosa & Byrne (2:11)
  • Bike Link – Bike Parking Pennies Per Hour – from Berkeley (5:44)
  • Count Cars Entering Prospect Park Illegally  (2:46)
  • Festival Streets – from Portland (3:38)
  • Park Slope: One Way is the Wrong Way (5:13)
  • Clarence the Traffic Calming Sasquatch (3:07)
  • PARK(ing) Day – from San Francisco (6:20)
  • Intersection Repair (10:43)
  • Innovative Bike Signal – from Portland (1:37)
  • Tour de Brooklyn (3:25)

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