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Ayleen Crotty // (971) 221-7228 // Ayleen@FilmedByBike.org
Lisa Hill // (503) 730-8055 // Lisa@LisaHillPR.com

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ABOUT THE FESTIVAL

High Vis is a short film festival showcasing BIPOC cyclists and their stories Co-Produced by Courtney Williams of The Brown Bike Girl Consulting, the People’s Bike Mayor of New York City in conjunction with Filmed by Bike.

Saturday, October 3
6:00-8:00 pm – Pacific Time
A YouTube Livestream Event – Watch Live or Later

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Here at Filmed by Bike, we spend eight months of the year connecting with our global community of filmmakers and scouring the internet and social media for interesting independent bicycle films. Every year, we showcase the best of those films at our signature annual film festival.

We hope that by shining a light on these great films by Black, Indigenous and all People of Color we can inspire other people to tell their bicycle stories. But we also recognize that there are many barriers to producing a film. That’s why we’ve launched our BIPOC Filmmaker Grant, Presented by Machines for Freedom that will provide cash grants to Black, Indigenous and People of Color who are emerging filmmakers.

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CONTACT INFO + SOCIAL MEDIA

Facebook: Facebook.com/FilmedByBike
Instagram: @FilmedByBike
Email: Info@FilmedByBike.org
Phone: (971) 221-7228

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ABOUT FILMED BY BIKE

Filmed by Bike is a film festival that features the world’s best bike movies. The festival brings together a wildly diverse collection of films that inspire and delight. Every May Filmed by Bike hosts an extensive film festival weekend in their hometown of Portland, Oregon with more than 70 films, six movie programs, bike rides, visiting filmmakers, parties and more.

After the Portland festival wraps up, Filmed by Bike sends their movie collections on the road to more than 40 tour stops every year. These touring shows are strengthening bike communities and helping organizations fundraiser for impactful projects.

The Festival Team and annual jury panel spends eight months of the year searching for diverse films and screening submissions. We wish there were more films that share the bicycle stories of Black, Indigenous and All People of Color, which is why we’ve launched a new BIPOC Filmmaker Grant Program to award cash grants to emerging filmmakers.

More information at FilmedByBike.org.

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PRESS RELEASE

HIGH VIS FILM FEST BRINGS STORIES OF BIPOC CYCLISTS TO THE (VIRTUAL) SCREEN – OCTOBER 2-3

Film Festival Raises Funds for Debut BIPOC Filmmaker Grant and Brown Hope

PORTLAND, OR – Filmed by Bike and The Brown Bike Girl present the debut High Vis Film
Fest to celebrate the stories of BIPOC cyclists often left out of mainstream film festivals. The new festival
showcases festival favorites from recent years along with fresh, new films from talented filmmakers. High
Vis kicks off October 2-3, 2020 with a virtual happy hour on Friday, followed by an evening of short films
on Saturday from 6-7:30 p.m. PST. Tickets are donation based and all proceeds will benefit the new BIPOC
Filmmaker Grant and the non-profit Brown Hope that helps communities heal from racism and drives
action for systemic change.

“We hope that by shining a light on these incredible films by Black, Indigenous and all People of Color, we
can inspire other people to share their bicycle stories,” said Courtney Williams, High Vis co-producer.

“We’ve also launched an important initiative, the BIPOC Filmmaker Grant, to help break down barriers to
producing a film for BIPOC communities and bring more stories to the screen,” said Mary Mueller, Grant
Program Manager.

BASIC INFO

Saturday, October 3
6:00-8:00 pm – Pacific Time
A YouTube Livestream Event – Watch Live or Later

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TICKET DETAILS

Schedule available on the website at FilmedByBike.org
Cost: Pay What You Can – Suggested donation: $20
Proceeds benefit Brown Hope + BIPOC Filmmaker Grant, Presented by Machines for Freedom
Age restrictions: All ages

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MEDIA: FILMMAKER INTERVIEWS

We can arrange interviews with filmmakers. Please contact Ayleen Crotty: Ayleen@FilmedByBike.org, 971-221-7228.