6th Annual Los Angeles Bicycle Film Festival

This summer, The Bicycle Film Festival, presented by 42BELOW, returns to Los Angeles for the SIXTH year to present a cultural phenomenon like no other. Originating in New York City, the festival
is a voice for the most powerful and culturally relevant movement of
the past decade: the urban bike movement. The BFF brings together many
creative communities, including fashion, music and art as well as
various bicycling communities – including fixed gear, BMX, and road
cycling – over a shared passion for bike riding.

View our trailer created by Marco Mucig:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QS19BJuXoEk

Let me know what you think and if you have any questions at all. I’d
love to invite you as my guest at Deerhunter or any of the screenings.

Thanks!

Our schedule is as follows for LA:
BFF LOS ANGELES
AUGUST 26 – 30
TICKETS AVAILABLE at WWW.BICYCLEFILMFESTIVAL.COM
LA FESTIVAL PASS
WEDNESDAY 26 AUGUST
BIKES ROCK!
Doors at 8:00PM
Center For the Arts, Eagle Rock – 2225 Colorado Blvd
Featuring DEERHUNTER

THURSDAY 27 AUGUST
JOYRIDE ART SHOW
6 – 10PM
BFF Storefront Gallery – 4316 Melrose Ave. near N. Heliotrope
Featured artists include: Agathe Snow / Aiko / Ashira Siegel / Camilla
Condida Donzella / Cheryl Dunn / Chiara Clemente / Erik Foss / Fast
Eddie Williams / Geoff McFetridge / I Love Dust / James Newman / Jonas
Mekas / Julia Chiang / Kelsey Brookes / Kenzo Minami / Kenny Scharf /
Mear One / Mike Giant / Scott Campbell / Steve MacDonald / ETC.
AFTERPARTY – @ R Bar (3331 W. 8th Street) – password is JOYRIDE

FRIDAY 28 AUGUST
FILM SCREENINGS
DOWNTOWN INDEPENDENT – 251 South Main St. near W. 3rd. St.
  7:30 PM |
PROGRAM 1 – Where are you go UY TICKETS
 9:30 PM |
PROGRAM 2 – Fun Bike Shorts TICKETS
AFTERPARTY – TBD

SATURDAY 29 AUGUST
FILM SCREENINGS
DOWNTOWN INDEPENDENT – 251 South Main St. near W. 3rd. St.
  3:30 PM |
PROGRAM 3 – The Third Wheel
  5:30 PM |
PROGRAM 4 – Keirin Queen/Onna Keirin Oh
  7:30 PM |
PROGRAM 5 – I Love my Bicycle: The Story of FBM Bikes
  9:30 PM |
PROGRAM 6 – Urban Bike Shorts
AFTERPARTY – STAR TRACK @ The Short Stop (1455 W. Sunset Blvd.)

SUNDAY 30 AUGUST
BFF ANNUAL STREET PARTY
12 – 8.00PM

N. Heliotrope Dr. at Melrose Ave. East Hollywood
This is going to be the party of the year!
Fun bike games, bunnyhop contest, track competitions, free-style competitions. Great Music too!!
JOYRIDE ART SHOW IS ACROSS THE STREET.

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