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One World Human Rights Documentary Film Festival in Prague recently hosted director Fredrik Gertten and the Czech premiere of Bikes vs Cars. While in Prague, Fredrik participated in a masterclass, which focused on, among other topics, his career in journalism, his experience as a documentary filmmaker and producer and the issue of local and global in his films.
One World also arranged a bike ride to one of the three Bikes vs Cars screenings which took place during the festival. Fredrik was there, along with friends from the Swedish Embassy in Prague and a huge crowd of bicyclists. Thanks to all who came out to the bike ride and to see the film! And thanks to One World for arranging a wonderful weekend of events.
Photos taken by Jan Hromadko
One World International Human Rights Documentary Film Festival will host the Czech premiere of Bikes vs Cars this weekend, with director Fredrik Gertten in attendance for Q&As, a masterclass and a bike ride to the cinema. The premiere will take place on Friday, March 11th at 19.30, with additional screenings on Saturday and Monday. Find more info and tickets here.
Friday, March 11: 19.30 - Kino 35 (czech premiere, followed by masterclass with Fredrik Gertten. Info here.)
Saturday, March 12: 17.00 - Kino 35 (accompanied by bike ride to the cinema. Info here).
Monday, March 14: 17.00 - Evald
Festival du Film Vert, an environmental themed festival with branches throughout France and Switzerland, will screen Bikes vs Cars in seven different cities in March and April. Junior producer Glynnis Ritter will attend the first screening, along with the festival's award ceremony, in Lausanne on Saturday, March 5th. Full list of screenings below:
Lausanne : March 5 (followed by discussion)
Chatel-St-Denis : March 12
Nyon : March 13 (followed by discussion)
Yverdon-Les-Bains : March 19
Ferney-Voltaire : March 20 (followed by discussion)
Le Sentier : March 20
Geneva : April 7
Fredrik Gertten heads to Zagreb next week for the Croatian premiere of Bikes vs Cars, with ZagrebDox, International Documentary Film Festival. There will be two screenings, both followed by Q&A's, as well as a bike caravan leading to the film's premiere on Friday, Feb.26th. More info can be found here.
26.02. / Friday, 18:00 - 20:00 Theatre 4
27.02. / Saturday, 14:00 - 16:00 Theatre 5
We are happy to announce that Bikes vs Cars has been nominated as “Best Environmental Documentary” for The Bigger Picture Film Awards 2016. Produced by Global Inheritance, The Bigger Picture is an annual interactive film awards program honoring the very best in caused-based films and documentaries. "We aim to recognize films with meaningful messages that have the power to inspire audiences. We want to bring these films to the forefront and give audiences a chance to vote on their favorites from this past year."
Vote for Bikes vs Cars here (you could win some pretty neat prizes if you do!).
We will soon have the premieres of Bikes vs Cars in both Japan and Croatia and director Fredrik Gertten will be in attendance for both!
On Sunday, January 31st, the Cycling Embassy of Japan will host the Japanese premiere of Bikes vs Cars at Uplink Factory in Shibuya. There will be two screenings: first, the premiere at 16:00, then again at 18:45. Embassy members Byron Kidd of Tokyo By Bike fame, and journalist Yasuyuki Saito, will be participating in a 30-45 minute, post-screening Q & A along with Fredrik. Tickets will soon be available on Uplink's website.
At the end of February, Fredrik will travel to Zagreb, Croatia for our Croatian premiere with ZagrebDox (Feb 21-28). Screening dates to be announced soon!
Since May 2015, Bikes vs Cars has been working with an EDN initiative called Moving Docs on setting up screenings of the film around Europe. The aim of Moving Docs is to create innovative outreach strategies and provide opportunities for urban and rural European audiences to enjoy regular screenings of documentary films through a wide variety of media and platforms. So far, the film has been shown through Moving Docs with partners in the UK, Italy, Spain, Portugal, Poland, Greece, Cyprus and Scandinavia.
Moving Docs is also a supporter of Bikes vs Cars on Vimeo! Visit their site to see how you can get a special discount on the film. If you're interested in hosting the Vimeo link on your website, email firstname.lastname@example.org to get a promo code of your own.
Bikes vs Cars is now available to rent and download from Vimeo on Demand in the US, UK, Canada and most other countries around the world! If you haven't had a chance to see the NY Times Critics' Pick, now's your chance.
Grab some popcorn, enjoy the film and please share with friends!