Bikes vs Cars Around the World

It's now been just over a month since Bikes vs Cars had its World Premiere at South by Southwest in Austin, Texas. Since then, the film has found its way around the world, with more festivals being announced every day and new screening requests coming in around the clock. It has meant so much to us to see what an interest there is in the film from people all over the globe.

SXSW Bike Hugger Meet-Up before our world premiere. photo cred: Bike Hugger 

Below are a few more glimpses into some of the screenings we've had so far. Thanks to everyone who has come out and supported us, once again helping us show that WE ARE MANY! And remember, still many more screenings to come. Our European Premiere at the UK Green Film Festival, May 3rd in London, our Belgian premiere with Docville on May 4, first screenings in Spain through Docs Barcelona in May, Australian premiere at Sydney Film Festival in June, plus many more. Keep checking out our screening page for updates.

-Our Swedish Premiere at Tempo Documentary Festival. Stockholm, Sweden
-Full house at Doc Lounge Malmö's screening. Malmö, Sweden; photo cred: Doc Lounge Malmö

Producer Margarete Jangård and executive producer Chris Paine at Environmental Film Festival in the Nation's Capital, where we were the opening film. Washington DC; photo cred: DCEFF

-At Full Frame Documentary Film Festival in the beautiful Fletcher Hall. Durham, North Carolina
-Back to DC, this time with The Washington, DC International Film Festival
-Sold out screening at Folkets Bio in Umeå, Sweden

-Bike ride to Ambulante's screening of the film in Saltillo, Mexico
-Wonderful night for our SXSW outdoor screening in Austin, Texas

Fredrik Gertten introduces Bikes vs Cars at our Swedish cinema opening at Folkets Bio Panora. Malmö, Sweden
photo cred: Joakim Strand




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  • commented 2015-07-13 16:58:31 +0200
    The age of cars may come to an end soon not because of bikes, but by another unexpected player that soon will take over the cities: self driving cars. People will not own these cars, they will be used as cabs. They will be very safe for bikers and pedestrians. Curbside parking will be eliminated opening spaces for bikes and streetcars. Self driving cars, not bikes, will be the major force reshaping cities.
  • commented 2015-05-06 06:20:13 +0200
    Just to let you know your website to activate an account/ create a password/ username is not secure. perhaps you should look into this. i realised this when signing up just now
  • commented 2015-05-04 15:50:00 +0200
    two wheels good, four wheels bad


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