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Streetfilms’ Most Popular Offering Looked at Separated Bike Lanes

Given the success and buzz created by the two most recent LA Streetfilms, I thought it was time to remind everyone that there are several ways you can get involved in the Streetfilms’ movement.

First, and perhaps most obviously, you can apply to be a Streetfilms freelancer.  If you’re interested, send me a story idea, at damien@streetsblog.org, a description of your experiences and some examples of your work.  Film making experience is a must, but a working knowledge of the Livable Streets Movement and transportation issues would be helpful as well.

Second, both Clarence and I would be happy to help put together a Streetfilms’ screening or to provide DVD’s of Streetfilms to be shown at special events.  Hosting a movie night?  Looking for transportation related entertainment for a fundraiser?  We’d be happy to help.  Just send me an email.

Third, Streetfilms is hosting a t-shirt contest to help come up with new story ideas.  The winning idea has to be shootable in New York for the time being, but if people wanted to suggest what we should do for our next LA Streetfilm, leave a suggesiton in the comments section here instead of the Streetfilms’ thread.

For all out Streetfilms’ fans that aren’t interested in actively participating, never fear.  There’s still one more LA Streetsfilm "in the can" that we ought to have online soon…

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