Tighten your helmet straps, oil your gears and add some more bike lights for the Bike-In Video Festival. Presented by Whole Foods Market in partnership with Aurora Picture Show with collaboration by Buffalo Bayou Partnership, this free outdoor film screening will feature artist-made short-length films and videos that celebrate bike culture. 

All two-wheel loving Houstonians are invited to bring their ride (scooters, bicycles, unicycles and tricycles) to the 500 Block of Preston (between Bagby and Smith) at 6:30 p.m. for a film screening experience along the bayou.

Scott Stulen of the Walker Art Center has selected a broad range of videos, from 6-second Vine clips to short films with the thread of bikes and bike culture running throughout the reel. The program includes short works about mountain biking, bike messengers, the most unsafe bike ever and a cyclotrope, among others.

Stulen is known for the internationally acclaimed Internet Cat Video Festival, which originated in Minneapolis, and has gone viral across the country.

WHEN

WHERE

Sesquicentennial Park
400 Texas St.
Houston, TX 77002
http://www.aurorapictureshow.org/pages/home.asp

TICKET INFO

Admission is free.
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