The 20th Anniversary of the Bicycle Film Festival is going virtual!
Hosted by Edinburgh Festival of Cycling.
A portion of all ticket sales will go to support the Edinburgh Festival of Cycling.
Bicycle Film Festival has been celebrating bicycles through art, film, and music for the last 20 years with over 90 cities worldwide and a viewer audience of one million and growing. The festival has an incredible history of working with the most important artists, filmmakers, venues, and institutions around the world.
BFF Edinburgh #2 is presenting an all-new international selection of the most important short films from the BFF collection. A diverse curation of filmmaking styles: narratives, documentaries, international award-winning filmmakers, and emerging directors all share equal billing. See an authentic and raw glimpse into:
- A relationship in 3 minutes
- Cycling as a response to knife crime epidemic in London
- A love between a father and his young BMX-rider son (produced by Lebron James)
- A brief history of the bicycle
- The incredibly stunning and thrilling view of the annual Tour De Rwanda
- The story of Julian Molina, the beloved, full-throttle one-legged cyclist
- First female BMX competition at a major sporting event
- Access to education is opened up to young female students in Kenya after receiving bicycles
- and more!
How does the virtual Bicycle Film Festival Edinburgh #2 work?
A ticket allows you to view the 90-minute short film format from 18:00 on 16th July until 23:59 on 25th July will be streamed to your computer, tablet, or smart TV by simply clicking on the link provided by email 15 minutes before the opening on at 18:00 16th July.
Ticket prices are “sliding scale” $10, $15, $20 so all ticket prices entitle you to the same content. These prices don’t include fees, in the interests of transparently the inclusive ticket prices are $12.61 (~£9.11), $17.92 (~£12.94) and $23.23 (~£16.78), prices in pounds sterling dependent on exchange rates.
You may view BFF in one sitting, or as you will, from the comfort and safety of your home. So don’t delay, get your tickets today.
Is it age-appropriate for kids? Every family is different. There is no violent images, sex, or swear words. However, it is not programmed for children. There is some adult subject matter and dark subject matter discussed, such as genocide and how cycling helped communities recover. But mostly, it may be challenging to keep their attention if they are really young.