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A festival of films showcasing how people around the world are working to make their city a better place.
Nov 7-10 at ACME Theater
(Full Schedule Below)

Produced by Josh Paget and Joel Karahadian

Festival Partners:
Balcony Press, FORM Magazine, Placemakers, First+Main Media, California Congress for the New Urbanism, National Congress for the New Urbanism,

Neighborhood Partners:
INDHD.com, Luckie Pierre Entertainment, Oneness Media, New York Film Academy, Walk Bike Glendale, Notebook on Cities & Culture Podcast, Muse on 8th cafe, Fresno Metro Ministry, Bryan Lovell Photography, DusT Comics, Hikespeak.com,

THURSDAY
7PM Opening Reception
8PM CITYWALK The Movie followed by Q&A
10PM Tactical Urbanism Short Films

FRIDAY
7PM Healthy Cities Healthy Living Short Films
9PM Who Framed Roger Rabbit
11PM Urbanism Late Night

SATURDAY
10AM Pastry Walk
2PM Urban Design Short Films
4PM Bicycle Short Films
5:30 Workshop: Marketing Bicycle Culture
6:30 Live Podcast: Notebook on Cities and Culture
8PM American Makeover The Movie followed by Q&A
10PM Architecture Short Films

SUNDAY
8AM Downtown Photo Safari
3PM GDOG – The documentary about Homeboy Industries
530PM The Garden
8PM Awards & Closing Reception

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