April 11-13th, 2008
Clinton Street Theater
2522 SE Clinton Street -Portland, Oregon
NO ADVANCE TICKET SALES
Friday Opening Night Throwdown: 7:00 + 9:00 pm (21+) $8-15 sliding scale
Saturday: 5:00 (all ages), 7:00 (21+), 9:00 (21+) $6
Sunday: 5:00 (all ages), 7:00 (21+), 9:00 (21+) $6
Opening Night Throwdown
Complete with a raffle of killer prizes. Beer, mayhem, entertainment, and a decidedly very adult atmosphere.
Friday night lines may be long to get in, show has always sold out, no advance ticket sales. Embrace the line - meet a new friend.
:: Program 2007 ::
Ali Tribute 1:30
Allan Folz | Portland, Oregon - USA
A memorial video for Ali Al-Salman.
Faux by Bike 7:23
David Valdez | Portland, Oregon - USA
A soul searching journey of two friends who find that karaoke is the one thing they can agree on.
Hit a Frog 1:30
Andrew Lynn + Victoria Kereszi | Brooklyn New York - USA
An animated collage story about bicycling and death.
Good Will Riding 3:26
The Kids of the Center for Appropriate Transport | Eugene, Oregon - USA
A documentary about Will, who rides his tall bike to school every day.
William Prouty | Minneapolis, Minnesota - USA
A bike messenger chases a rollerblader through the streets of London.
Gregory Cosmo Haun | Portland, Oregon - USA
Eschewing traffic and cars, Portland water dogs ride bikes with rafts up to the wild, beer-laden waters of Clackamas County then float home.
W for Wheel :35
Chad Simmons | Portland, Oregon - USA
A bike takes a ride along the waterfront.
Bike Lane Liberation 3:50
Time's Up Video Collective | New York, New York - USA
A crew of velo clowns takes to the streets to liberate bike lanes from cars.
Love to all the Rebels 1:00
Martin Reis | Toronto, Ontario - Canada
A visual tribute to the rebels who ride, ride, ride, ride.
Unconventional Mass 7:30
Andrew Lynn + Elizabeth Press | Brooklyn New York - USA
A stirring glimpse at the internationally known crackdown on cyclists at the 2004 Republican National Convention in NYC.
:: INTERMISSION + ==SPEED RAFFLE ::
[ list of killer prizes ]
Carlos Maya | Portland, Oregon - USA
The pieces come together to reveal former glory in this animation.
Bicycle Messengers 5:00
Joshua Frankel | New York, New York - USA
Animated bicycle messengers weave between the live action traffic of Midtown Manhattan, highlighting the peculiar relationship between the messengers and the city in which they operate.
Sean Pecknold + Matt Danielson | Seattle, Washington - USA
When young Alain receives Suzette-the-bike for his 10th birthday, he is the happiest boy in the world. But the evil Robert Henri enters the picture and forces Suzette to fight her way back to Alain. In French with subtitles.
From the Pedal to the Grave 8:00
Caitlin Giddings + Lance Schroeder | Portland, Oregon - USA
After a cyclist is nearly hit, Ms. Safety hands him a video, which turns out to be a training video for rookie hires at Rose City Delivery.
Snot Rocket Biker :30
Purple Planet Artist Corporation | Woodlawn, Portland, Oregon - USA
An upwards look at the grim reality of biking.
Unicycle Bastards Invade Portland 5:37
Burk Webb | Portland, Oregon - USA
One Wheel and the Truth -or- What happens with a little girl's 4th grade class project goes horribly wrong - with unicycles.
Time Bike 8:00
John Breen | Portland, Oregon - USA
On a seemingly average day, Anthony finds a bike with extraordinary powers.
Cumulative Acceleration 1:30
Patrick Sullivan + Rob Borth | Portland, Oregon - USA
This patriotic newsreel describes the important breakthrough of Cumulative Acceleration, a discovery with broad implications.
Ski Boys 8:00
Benny Zenga | Toronto, Ontario - Canada
The lost reels of the Cow Town Ski Boys, which document their inventive exploits during the early 70's. For the first time ever, this film reveals the footage of these "folk stunt" artists to the public, despite the implications of rewriting history and blowing your mind.