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Filmed By Bike

Time: April 13, 2012 at 7pm to April 18, 2012 at 9pm
Location: The Clinton Street Theater
Street: 2522 SE Clinton Street, Portland, OR 97202
City/Town: Portland
Website or Map: http://filmedbybike.org/
Phone: 971 221 722
Event Type: film, festival
Organized By: Filmed By Bike
Latest Activity: Mar 15, 2012

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Event Description

BICYCLES AND FILMS REEL IN TANDEM ON THE SILVER SCREEN
Portland, OR – Celebrating an amazing decade, the 10th Annual Filmed by Bike is a film festival filled entirely
with bike-themed movies from around the world. The festival takes place at the Clinton Street Theater,
2516 SE Clinton Street, on April 13-18, 2012. Love is born, races are completed and stories of two-wheeled
adventures cycle across the silver screen in eight minutes or less, the festival’s time limit for each film.

The opening night is Friday, April 13 and features the New Belgium Street Party, a Speed Raffle presented by
Sock Dreams entertainment, performances by the Hammercise dance crew, DJ Sysfail and DJ Beyondadoubt (aka DJ Bayonda), generous bike parking and a beer garden directly in the middle of Clinton Street. “Filmed
by Bike is the only festival in Oregon to truly put the FEST in festival!” declares filmmaker Mike Vogel of Front Ave. Films. Filmed by Bike has always been dedicated to showcasing very short movies, limited to only eight minutes. New this year, the festival will show one feature length movie.

Showtimes: On the website (FilmedByBike.org/program)
Cost: $10 for one ticket to the Friday show, $8 for one ticket to all other shows, or $30 for an unlimited entry
festival pass that includes a free DVD.


Age restrictions: 5:00 showings are all ages. All other shows are 21+


Tickets: Tickets are for sale at the event. A limited number of advance tickets and festival passes are available online through the website.

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