Filmed by Bike continues tonight at the Clinton St. Theater.
5:00pm (all ages):: Program 2 + filmmaker Q+A
7:00pm(21+) :: Program 1 + Golden Helmet Award, presented by Nutcase
9:00pm(21+) :: Program 2
We love to party with you in the street so
much that this year we’ve invited
DJ Anjali + Incredible Kid to come join us because they know how to kick things up right. They’ll be spinning a fresh mix of Bhangra and Bollywood beats that are the perfect way to say “GIVE US SOME ROOM TO DANCE!” at this bikes-only party!
DJ Anjali + Incredible Kid go on at 8pm and it’s free to come see them at the New Belgium Opening Night Street Party. We’ll have tons of other entertainers, DJs and cool displays of wild abandon.
The movies play inside. The party is outside
Tickets are available for ALL SHOWS at the door. No shows have sold out.
FRIDAY: Come to the New Belgium Opening Night Street Party and head inside for the movies if you’re so inclined. Bring your friends and great ready for an incredible FREE party in the street with DJ Anjali + Incredible Kid plus other outstanding entertainment.
SATURDAY: Relax and recover or head to one of the screenings. We suggest you make it to the 7pm for the Golden Helmet Award Presentation with Nutcase Helmets.
SUNDAY: Catch some early evening movies with filmmaker Q+As at the 5pm screenings, or catch the later night screenings to round out your weekend.
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In Portland, the name Lars Larsen may ring a bell – of alarm: the conservative talk show host (Larson) is well known for giving bikers a hard time. But there’s another Lars in town who is fighting more for good than evil: Lars C. Larsen. This Lars is a Portland based filmmaker who has been involved with Filmed by Bike for four years now. With his films, Lars brings a creative approach to the festival, such as the ultra-short 2009 Speed Kills that was shot with a cool vintage effect.
Lars’s films have appeared in the Chicago Underground Film Festival, the Caucophany Film Festival, at San Francisco Film Arts, the Humboldt International Film Festival and now for the fourth time at Filmed By Bike. Lars is currently working on the TNT drama series Leverage and he has previously worked on Coraline, The Hunted, and several TV and film productions shot in and around Portland.
Lars’s most recent film Go! Paperboy! will show in Program 1. Program details >>
The New Belgium Opening Night Street Party is always a raucous affair. After all, we’re putting a beer garden in the middle of the street so you know it’s gonna rock.
There is ample time to rock out before of after the movies. We suggest you plan to go to the 7pm show then stick around in the beer garden for all the entertainment, or check out the beer garden then head into the 11pm show. To guarantee your entry (the shows often sell out), you can buy tickets online through our website. Advance tickets for the 9pm show are sold out.
More info >>
This year’s Filmed by Bike features two separate programs, both of which are filled with incredible bike movies from around the world.
PROGRAM #1 : Get ready for some hot bicycle action and down-and-dirty antics in this wild program featuring an eclectic mix of movies. You’ll see glimpses of face-smashing jousting and PBR-swillin’ alongside ultra sweet
PROGRAM #2: Better than ever! In past years our Program #2 has focused heavily on documentaries and advocacy films, but not this year! You’ll find a fresh mix of all types of films, albeit somewhat on the lighter side of the scuff and scars spectrum – though not entirely! This is a very long program completely packed with great movies you won’t want to miss.
PROGRAM SCHEDULE >>
Volunteers help make Filmed by Bike such a cool event so as a thank you to our stellar volunteers, we’re offering free entry to the festival. Check out our volunteer page for details on the many ways you can get involved. The most popular positions go fast, so sign up for your volunteer slot early and join in on the awesomeness of this incredible festival!
Our opening night shows always sell out, so this year we’re offering a limited number of advance ticket sales. 100 tickets are available right now, but they’re going fast! Get yours early so you don’t miss out on the Friday Opening Night.
BUY TICKETS >>
Wow – wow – wow! Bike movies came from around the world and our jury of nine film and bike enthusiasts worked hard to select the very best for our 2010 program. We’ve got 40+ movies, 9 screenings, 3 days and two separate programs to choose from. That means plenty of hot bicycle action on the silver screen.
We think you’re really going to love the great movies we’ve selected for you this year. The programs are an awesome mix of street films, animated shorts, love stories, documentaries and glimpses at bike cultures across the world. Okay , we’ll say it again (because it’s so true) – wow – wow – wow!
CHECK OUT THE PROGRAM >>
The jury watched countless hours of independent bike movies from around the world and the final decisions are being made. We’ll release our program and festival schedule very shortly. We’re excited for an incredible festival this year featuring some really amazing movies.
In the meantime, look for us in Alaska Airlines magazine and the April edition of Competitor Northwest.
Filmed by Bike is looking for a video editor for our 2010 festival program!
We are putting this out to bid.
We are willing to provide other incentives such as:
Please contact Owen with questions and estimates:
Owen@FilmedByBike.org, (646) 465 2735
The deadline for submissions for the 8th Annual Filmed by Bike is February 15, 2010. That means submissions are rolling in and our mailbox is overflowing. It’s nice to think about films that were envisioned, filmed, edited and finalized a while ago, giving the filmmaker ample time to meet the deadline. But the reality is that many filmmakers are still working on the final touches.
So we thought we’d take a moment to cheer you on. If you were in the room with us, we’d bring out our team of cheerleaders on bikes. Best of luck! We can’t wait to see what you’ve got.
We’re very excited for this year’s new Golden Helmet Award, presented by Nutcase. This top award recognizes the independent filmmaker who courageously combines an original concept, a unique use of cinematography, and a nutty view of bicycling life and/or bike culture. The winner will receive a $250 cash award courtesy of Filmed by Bike and Nutcase.
This award was created by Filmed by Bike in conjunction with Nutcase to recognize the festival’s overall best film. Nutcase is proud to provide the most fun a helmet ever had, and they look forward to our filmmakers approaching their films with equal vigor. The finalists will be shown at the 7:00 pm showing on Saturday. The two honorable mentions will receive a complementary package courtesy of Filmed by Bike and Nutcase.
So get cracking, filmmakers! We can’t wait to see what you’ve got, and if it’s up to snuff you just might win the Golden Helmet.
Introducing the 2010 Filmed by Bike Jury. This esteemed group of bicycle and film enthusiasts is tasked with the arduous mission of choosing the very best of film submissions for this year’s festival. Great movies will come from all over the world, but only 30 can make the final cut and these admirable jurists get the honor of making those selections. [ Check out the jury list ]
It’s that time of year again…. Time for bike movies to start flooding the Filmed by Bike mailbox. You’ve got until Feb 15, 2010 to enter a short bike movie for our 2010 festival. A jury of esteemed judges will choose the very best submissions to be shown at the Clinton Street Theater April 16-18.
From love stories to documentaries, animated shorts to street chases – Filmed by Bike celebrates the artistic side of bike culture. Over 100 movies will be submitted but only 30 can make the final cut and win the chance to be seen on the silver screen.
MORE INFO >>
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