Film Festival Announcements

Two new festival announcements for Bikes vs Cars!


On Friday, April 10th, the film will be screening at Full Frame Documentary Film Festival in Durham, North Carolina. Fredrik Gertten was previously invited to the festival with Big Boys Gone Bananas!*, where he presented the film to a sold out audience in Fletcher Hall. We're happy to be back in Fletcher this time around with Bikes vs Cars. Check here for more info on Full Frame and their 2015 program.



In May, we will have our European Premiere at the UK Green Film Festival. We will also be the festival's opening film, with the opening gala taking place Sunday, May 3rd at Rio Cinema in London. The festival takes places from May 3rd-10th in venues across the country. You can find a complete list of screenings here and below.

Date City Venue
3rd May - Opening Gala London Rio Cinema
3rd May Belfast Queen's Film Theatre
3rd May Birmingham Mac
3rd May Bristol Watershed
3rd May Cardiff Chapter
3rd May Inverness Eden court
3rd May Oban Phoenix
3rd May Saffron Waldon Saffron Screen
3rd May Welwyn Garden City Garden City Cinema
4th May Aberdeen Vue
4th May Edinburgh Omni centre
4th May Glasgow Glasgow Film Theatre
6th May Hexham The Forum Cinema
6th May Nottingham Broadway
7th May Cambridge Vue
7th May 10.00 am Welwyn Garden City Garden City Cinema
7th May 8.00 pm Welwyn Garden City Garden City Cinema
7th May Goole Junction
7th May London Vue Islington
9th May Falmouth The Poly
10th May Oxford Ultimate Picture Palace
10th May Dundee Contemporary Arts
10th May Leicester Phoenix
10th May  Leeds Hyde Park Picturehouse

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  • commented 2015-05-04 16:39:12 +0200
    You will no doubt be coming to the Vancouver International Film Festival this September 2015 (Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada). Submission rules are here, and June 26 is the regular deadline for submissions. We have a healthy and active cycle advocacy movement that will drive people to see it, not that the film will need any help in that. At least two screenings in a large venue will be necessary.


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