BICYCLE FILM FESTIVAL 2010
The Bicycle Film Festival celebrates the bicycle. The Festival hits New York City June-16-20 to celebrate its 10th Anniversary. The good folks behind the fest have been doing it for the past 9 years and are doing it and doing it and doing it well. The BFF hits 30 cities to celebrate the bicycle lifestyle through art, film and music, featuring all styles of bikes and biking from Tall Bike jousting, Track Bikes, BMX, Alleycats, Critical Mass, Bike Polo, Cycling to Recumbents. Bringing together all aspects of bicycling together to advocate its ability to transport us in many ways, and ultimately the Fest is about having a good time. Past BFF’s have featured work from artists like Jorgen Leth, Mike Mills, Jonaas Mekas, Blonde Redhead and Michel Gondry. Its also where we first learned about “encuclopaedia”. Google it.
How do I submit my film? Download the submissions form here and send it to:
Bicycle Film Festival
70A Greenwich Ave. #307
NY NY 10011
along with your film on either DVD or miniDV, NTSC and PAL are accepted by March 27, 2010. There’s no submission fee.
Check out this pretty cool photo-stream shot by Lorenzo Fariello, featuring some action in front of BFF Headquarters in New York today. Austin Horse stopped by with a flat on the Samurai Messengers cargo bike. As well a BMW hit a cyclist out front. He looks to be alright.
…or some of Discosalt’s favorite Bicycle Music Videos: