Streetsblog Presents: A CicLAvia Film Festival

I’m sure at this point, you’re well aware that CicLAvia is coming back this weekend, from Hel-Mel to Hollenbeck Park right through the heart of Downtown.  To help wet your appetite for this Sunday’s event, we scoured the Internet for the best CicLAvia films, and put our favorites together in to a mini-CicLAvia Film Festival.  Of course, our favorite is the official Streetfilm done by Robin Adams above, but there’s a lot of great films done by others including a time-lapse video shot by Will Campbell and a film of Streetfilms quality by Elson Trinidad.

If you’re a fan of short film, or just want to get geared up for CicLAvia, then you should check out these films, after the jump.

– Robert Grigsby Wilson: http://vimeo.com/15889357

CicLAvia 10/10/10 from robgwilson.com on Vimeo.

– Reuben Reynoso: http://vimeo.com/15742350

CicLAvia Los Angeles from Reuben Reynoso on Vimeo.

– Anti- Coal/Oil Rally: http://vimeo.com/16760597

LA City Hall Rally and CicLAvia bicycle event | One Day On Earth, 10.10.10 from jpolon on Vimeo.

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