The venue for the Boston Bike Film Festival is the Regent Theatre in Arlington Center. Festival is from 7-11 p.m. A small sampling:
The Man Who Lived on his Bike 3 min You would be surprised what you can do on your bike, as this lighthearted film shows
By Guillame Blanchet
Additionally, we have a short film by John Allen that shows advocacy doesn't stop with fellow cyclists; a tour of Boston by Bike by Rob Vandenabeele; The Mass BikePike Tour 2012 by Laurinda Bedingfield; a StreetFilms/Clarence Eckerson Jr. production of counting bikes in Portland; as well as a profile of an innovator of women's cycling design, Georgena Terry.
Rounding out the evening is a film about the evolution of bike helmets - the world's first invisible helmet by Fredrik Gertten; a film by Jacob Siegel-Boettner about a woman who didn't think of her disability as an impediment to being the best she could be; a funny animated film by Robert Armstrong trying to explain what a "cyclist" is to a non-biker, and a rap video about what it means to some to be on their bike, by John Benson. In the interest of full disclosure, the last two have some strong language.
As a treat, we'll be starting off the evening with music by the band Slow Boat Home.
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