Jul 03 2014

Delano’s Ten Things To Do: See Bike Art and Film

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SOURCE: http://delano.lu

The first annual Bicycle Art & Film Festival aims to foster cycling culture in Luxembourg.

The three-day Bicycle Art & Film Festival programme features five short films at CarréRotondes and three feature-length films at the Cinémathèque.

The short films include a peek at a unique bike kitchen, a remarkable cycling adventure in the Peruvian Andes and a glimpse into a fixed gear community in Bristol.

The Cinémathèque’s programme starts with documentary Where The Trail Ends, which follows the world’s top free-ride mountain bikers as they search for un-ridden terrain around the globe. A documentary closer to home, The Road Uphill (photo), focuses on the Schleck brothers during the 2011 Tour de France. The final film is the award-winning animated feature Les Triplettes de Belville.

In addition, special events are being held throughout the weekend. Special guest artist Yuri Hopnn will give a graffiti demonstration accompanied by an exhibition of his works and there are slideshow talks and a bike repair shop, a city quiz by bike, family ride and bike polo game as well as a bicycle fashion show.
The festival will end with an eclectic set by DJ Spud Bencer, who will host an after-party.

CarréRotondes, rue de l’Aciérie, Luxembourg-Hollerich
Cinémathèque, place du Théâtre, Luxembourg-Centre

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SOURCE: http://delano.lu

The first annual Bicycle Art & Film Festival aims to foster cycling culture in Luxembourg.

The three-day Bicycle Art & Film Festival programme features five short films at CarréRotondes and three feature-length films at the Cinémathèque.

The short films include a peek at a unique bike kitchen, a remarkable cycling adventure in the Peruvian Andes and a glimpse into a fixed gear community in Bristol.

The Cinémathèque’s programme starts with documentary Where The Trail Ends, which follows the world’s top free-ride mountain bikers as they search for un-ridden terrain around the globe. A documentary closer to home, The Road Uphill (photo), focuses on the Schleck brothers during the 2011 Tour de France. The final film is the award-winning animated feature Les Triplettes de Belville.

In addition, special events are being held throughout the weekend. Special guest artist Yuri Hopnn will give a graffiti demonstration accompanied by an exhibition of his works and there are slideshow talks and a bike repair shop, a city quiz by bike, family ride and bike polo game as well as a bicycle fashion show.
The festival will end with an eclectic set by DJ Spud Bencer, who will host an after-party.

CarréRotondes, rue de l’Aciérie, Luxembourg-Hollerich
Cinémathèque, place du Théâtre, Luxembourg-Centre

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