(Photo © Jonathan Maus) In just a few short years Ayleen Crotty’s Filmed by Bike event has gone from a quaint little bike movie get together, to a full-blown film festival. Part of the fun is that she chooses folks from the community to serve on the official jury. I did it a few years … Read more
Ayleen Crotty of Filmed by BikeFile photo: 4/11/07 You can’t go to far in Portland’s bike scene without running into Ayleen Crotty. She’s the spirit behind such beloved institutions as the Midnight Mystery Rides, the KBOO Bike Show, the Multnomah County Bike Fair and more. And after this weekend she’ll be best known for her … Read more
[The scene from inside last year’s event.] Filmed by Bike founder and promoter Ayleen Crotty has announced that the event will expand to seven screenings this year. That’s up from two screenings at last year’s event when over 250 people were turned away from a packed Clinton Street Theater.
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 … Read more
[Last year’s event poster wasdrawn by Shawn Granton] Filmed by Bike is Portland’s very own bike film festival. Now in its fifth year, the fest has grown from 80 people in a cafe its first year, to 550 people packing into the Clinton Street Theater last year. This year, organizer Ayleen Crotty will offer three … Read more
The bike stars shined bright at the fourth annual Filmed by Bike film fest that went down on Friday at the Clinton Street Theater. 550 people packed two shows (250 were turned away!) and the fest brought out everyone from a Metro Councilor to the Belligerante biker gang. According to festival director Ayleen Crotty, the … Read more
You’ve seen the classy flyers, you’ve read about it on your favorite blogs, your friends keep talking about it. It’s Filmed by Bike, a smattering of bike film shorts (some of them made right here in Portland) coming to you this Friday night at the Clinton Street Theater. This is the little film fest that … Read more