Films to promote at this years Bicycle Film Festival
Orange Bikes Take Manhattan - Bicycle Film Festival 2008
By Kalim Armstrong.
Friday May 30th - 7pm, 9:15pm and 11:15pm (same program is repeated)
ANTHOLOGY FILM ARCHIVES
32 2nd Ave. at 2nd St.
From the film maker:
"I short I made is screening on Friday in the Bicycle Film Festival. Orange bikes documents the reaction to a guerrilla marketing campaign during fashion week. Orange monochromatic bicycles appeared chained as part of DKNY's "Explore your city" campaign. The bikes were reminiscent of the Ghost Bike memorial project, white painted bikes that serve as markers where cyclists have died in traffic accidents. This film explores the backlash to the marketing campaign.
Kalim will be on hand for the 7:00pm showing.
Here is the trailer:
ORANGE BIKES TAKE MANHATTAN from Kalim Armstrong on Vimeo.
Also, on Saturday (messenger night) May 31st.
Anthology Film Archives (all films at the Anthology)
7,9:15pm and 11:15pm
9 minutes. Directed by Heather Muller (with camera work by Chris Ryan/Teamspider)
To help her win this years Monstertrack, Dylan looks to three local alleycat racers for advice.
GO HEATHER AND DYLAN.
Photo by Ed Glazar:
27minutes Directed by David Rowe
Documents the rise of the profile track bike scene in Seattle. Started by clothing designer and fixed-gear rider Dustin Klein (M.A.S.H.) the monthly bike event known as "Fast Friday" has grown into a showcase of today's most talented riders.
Trailer available on the Fast Friday website.