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See the best of Filmed by Bike at Manifest Show party

Posted by on October 9th, 2008 at 11:57 am

Tomorrow night’s “Opening Night Blowout Party” for the Oregon Manifest Handmade Bike Show (which opens tomorrow morning) will feature a special, six-year retrospective compilation of films from Portland’s very own Filmed by Bike film festival.

Filmed by Bike founder Ayleen Crotty put together the screening with sponsorship from River City Bicycles. Crotty says they’ve put together a free, 45 minute show of all the favorites from Filmed by Bike over the years.

The special screening is set to include nearly lost footage from the early days of the festival and “movies that were banned in other cities and removed from the Internet”, the unveiling of the 2009 trailer, on-the-street footage from the 2008 fest, and more.

Retro Filmed by Bike will be shown at 8:00 and 9:00 at Wieden+Kennedy in downtown Porltand (224 NW 13th). The blowout party goes from 7-midnight at the same location.

More information on Filmed by Bike.
OregonManifest.com

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  • Ayleen Crotty October 9, 2008 at 12:13 pm

    Thanks for the shout-out, Jonathan! I’m really looking forward to tomorrow night’s show. It was HARD to choose just a few movies, but so fun to cull through the old VHS tapes for stuff from the early days.

    Special thanks to River City Bicycles for making this screening possible!!

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