[h1]SUNDAY JUNE 25 – 1:00pm[/h1]
1:00pm – BACKPEDAL
All Film Screenings at
Anthology Film Archives
32 2nd Ave, New York
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FOR THOUSANDS OF MILES
USA 2017 9min.
Dir. Mike Ambs
One man’s bike journey across America in search of something meaningful.
Germany 2016 3min.
Dir. Steven Prael
A refugee bike story. Part of the exhibition “The Own Drive” at the Pillnitz Palace in Dresden.
A WAY FORWARD
Kenya 2017 6min.
Dir. Issac Seigel Boettner, Jacob Seigel Boettner
In Kakamega, Kenya, young female students used to walk hours to and from school, dodge the predatory advances of motorcycle taxi drivers and often arrive exhausted and terrified. Now, thanks to the bicycles they received from World Bicycle Relief, these hurdles have disappeared.
BROOKLYN BY BIKE
USA 2015 2min.
Dir. Suzanne Hitchman
An altruistic Brooklynite goes about her day by bike experiencing a range of typical events that test her good-will.
USA 2017 64min.
Dir. Ryan Cockrell
It’s no secret that biking in Charleston, South Carolina, is at best a pain and at worst a death wish. The film highlights stories of everyday residents who are forced to endure dangerous conditions, despite the growing demand for safe facilities.