Bicycle Film Fest NYC

We are working our fingers to the bone in preparation for holding down a decided Presence at the Bicycle Film Festival in NYC this weekend. The fun actually starts today, tonight at an event in Brooklyn called Bikes Rock. More of an audio-visual extravaganza than a film screening. The reels start rolling on Friday, broken into Programs of several related films strung together and named for the most well known one in the bunch.

From The Six-Day Bicycle Races dir. by Mark Tyson

For the high rollers out there, there's even valet bike parking. A festival pass will set you back $50 and gets you into all the screening except the first and the last. All film screenings are to be held at Anthology Film Archives unless otherwise specified, 32 2nd Ave. at 2nd St. Check their schedule for more specific specificity. And if you can't make it to this even in New York, there are other film festivals all over the country and the world. Something very well could be in your vicinity.

From Small Movements dir. by Nickey Robare

So to conclude. If you live in the vicinity of Manhattan and its minions, you had darned well make an appearance at our table and say hello. Or else.

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