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2961 16th Street San Francisco, CA 94103
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If you are going to the Golden Girls holiday show make sure to get there as early as possible to secure seats together. It gets crowded quick.
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Take BART. Stop is just a block away.
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Bicycle Film Festival
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3.8 average rating
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2 stars
attended Apr 25 2014

they need a lot of work on organization, the 7:30 film started at 8:15 and required that we all stand out side 30 minutes of that. I left at 10 PM the film was not done, and the 9:30 people were cooling their heels in the lobby, who knows when...continued

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attended Apr 25 2014

Not set up for will call 1 hour early like it said on my print out. Not even set up 1/2 hour early. Started late. Films seemed to be shown via a laptop that experienced several interruptions with error messages coming up on the screen while...continued

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6 stars
attended Apr 26 2014

Excellent films!

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Program One: Half the Road
California Girls – Dir. Jennifer Whalen
Two women battle up a merciless summit in Malibu, California for the QOM (Queen of the Mountain). They will do anything for the coveted crown.
Half the Road – Dir. Kathryn Bertine
This film explores the world of women’s professional cycling, focusing on both the love of sport and the pressing issues of inequality that modern-day female riders face in a male dominated sport. With footage from some of the world’s best UCI races to interviews with Olympians, World Champions, rookies, coaches, managers, officials, doctors and family members, Half the Road offers a unique insight to the drive, dedication, and passion it takes for a female cyclist to thrive. Both on and off the bike, the voices and advocates of women’s pro cycling take the audience on a journey of enlightenment, depth, strength, love, humor and best of all, change & growth.

Program Two: The Way I Roll
Two Wheels Good – Dir. Barry Gene Murphy
Wheelin – Dir. Jd Schuyler, Jason Drake, Luke Tate And Jeremy Albert
Paperboy – Dir. Mik Gaspay
Sunrise to Sunset #2 Steel in Motion – Dir. Yoni Man
Hopeless Romantic – Dir. Maya Tanaka
Lucas Brunelle Goes to Africa – Dir. Lucas Brunelle
The Way I Roll – Dir. Peter Sutherland

Program Three: Cinematic Shorts
Stayer (Steher) – Dir. Adrian Winkler
Footprints – Dir. Kristian Ansand & Martin Gilluck
Boy – Justin Chadwick
Lemonade – Dir. Jay Giampietro
El Diablo – Dir. Paolo Casalis
The Man Who Lived on His Bike – Dir. Guillaume Blanchet
San Francisco Critical Mass 20th Anniversary – Dir. Stephen Arthur
The Cyclist – Dir. Morgan Krantz
Road From Karakol – Dir. Fitz Cahall

Program Four: Urban Bike Shorts
Carma – Dir. Ramses Albin’ana/Oriol Segarra
Slaughterama 6 – Dir. Dan Nelson
To See What You Can Do – Dir. Jack Davidson
The Postman – Dir. David Gill
Venture Futher – Dir. Philip Kölsch
The Bicycle – Dir. Adam Neustadter And Chris Mccoy
Jubal and Guillem – Dir. Daniel Jariod
I’m Alright – Jon Lynn
The Cyclist – Dir. Morgan Krantz
That’d Be Rad – Dir Zenga Bros
Sister Session – Dir. Helen Habakuk, Doris Taaker, & Brett Astrid Vomma
Road Sage – Dir. Lucas Brunelle And Benny Zenga

These films may contain strong language.