Filmed by Bike jury, poster revealed

Filmed by Bike is Portland’s very own, homegrown bike film fest that gets bigger and better every year. The lady behind the action is Ayleen Crotty. She has just announced the esteemed jury that will help select this year’s films:

  • Allan Folz – Shift, Breakfast on the Bridges
  • Caroline Colon – .83 Seattle
  • Janis McDonald – Women on Bikes, PDOT
  • Ken Nakamura – Axles of Evil, PUMA
  • Natalie Ramsland – Sweetpea Bicycles
  • Randy Wakerlin – Film Instructor


More on the jury at FilmedByBike.org.

This year’s commemorative event poster is once again designed by artist Shawn Granton.

Ayleen says, “get your movie on” because only 48 days remain to submit your bike films for consideration.

The fest opens April 13th with showings at 7 and 9 at the Clinton Street Theater in SE Portland.

Jonathan Maus (Publisher/Editor)

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Ayleen
17 years ago

Hey Jonathan,

Thanks for putting this info up. I’m really excited about this year’s excellent jury. The festival is going to be great with TWO extra days of screenings this year.

That’s right, get your movie on!

Lee
17 years ago

Quick correction, it’s actually Caroline Colon representing on the jury from us kids up here in Seattle.

We trucked down a whole stack of folks for the film fest last year and I for one am excited as all get out for this year. I love riding in PDX.

Adams Carroll (News Intern)
17 years ago

Thanks for the correction Lee. Look forward to seeing you at the fest.

Richard
Richard
17 years ago

I went last year and was one of those 250 turned away. It would be nice if they had additional showings or even a larger venue.

Ayleen
17 years ago

Hey Richard,

You’re in luck. This year we’re doing a full weekend run, Friday through Sunday. We’ve sold out every year and every year we’ve either moved to a larger venue or added additional screenings. For the last two years we’ve chosen to add more screenings and stay at the same venue because I really like what the Clinton Street Theater is doing and they are very supportive of Filmed by Bike.