Bicycle Film Festival - D.C.
Select Short Film Program
Available to stream January 18 - January 31, 2021
BFF is arriving in Washington, D.C. virtually on January 18th - January 30, 2021 in celebration of Martin Luther King Jr and his indelible legacy!
Hosted by Streets Calling Bike Club - D.C, this year's virtual Bicycle Film Festival D.C. will include a panel discussion highlighting many of the organizations successes over the last year along with a carefully curated compilation of some of the best Select Shorts in the Bicycle Film Festival collection.
BFF Select Shorts - 90 min
Film fans and bicycle fans alike will absolutely enjoy this program. Select Shorts takes us on a journey with - a charismatic Ghanian
immigrant in Amsterdam who teaches refugee adult women to ride bikes - a BLM bicycle protest ride from New York to DC- a father copes with the loss of his son - a young woman riding in Iran- cycle sport as relief from genocide.
Streets Calling - D.C. Panel
Join Streets Calling Bike Club DC as they give us an overview of their current priorities and accomplishments with supporting Black-Owned businesses, schools, and low-income communities as they rode the streets of Washington, D.C. during COVID-19 and civil unrest. Streets Calling Bike Club DC will give us a glimpse of how they collaborated with Jafe Cycling, LLC, and how they grew exponentially during this unprecedented year while changing the culture of cycling for People of Color in Washington, D.C.
Bicycle Film Festival has been celebrating bicycles through art, film and music the last 20 years, traveling the world and filling theaters and opera houses in over 90 cities to an audience of one million and growing.
As Bicycle Film Festival D.C host, Streets Calling Bike Club - D.C. will receive a portion of all ticket sales. These funds will help them continue the important work they do and ensure an event brighter, more equitable bicycle friendly community for the city they serve.