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A fitting screening of Véronique à vélo

By July 5, 2012July 15th, 2012Véronique à vélo

Film by Berny Hi and Chrystene Ells

Véronique is leading the charge to a bike-in screening! Bicycle with your buddies to Stanley Park in Calgary on July 14th for a unique experience of watching Canadian film in the great outdoors!

Berny on camera hanging out vehicle window

For more information on the film, check out the official Véronique à vélo website

Saturday, July 14, 2012
Everyone is invited to attend this free outdoor screening.

BikeBike will be organizing a cycle group meeting at Tompkins Park, join the group or meet for the screening at Stanley Park!

9:00PM – Biking group will depart, meeting @ gazebo in Tompkins Park Park (17 Ave SW)
10:00PM – Screening will take place @ Stanley Park (entrance off of Riverdale Ave SW)

Facebook event for the screening

article in this week’s FFWD, CJSW interview this past Tuesday, and CBC

Taken from the Facebook event page:
This summer CAMPER will host a series of outdoor screenings. Join us on a biking excursion as we cycle towards the CAMPER for a night full of animation & film!

This summer’s Bike-in Cinema finale will feature a double screening on Saturday, July 14. “Accidental Destinations” is a selection of short films presented in collaboration with Calgary Society of Independent Filmmakers. Presented in collaboration with Quickdraw Animation Society, “Animated Summer Lovin’” features a package of animated short films perfect for celebrating summer!


Originating from Saskatchewan filmmakers, this compilation of short films promises to surprise and delight cyclists, warming hearts on a cool summer evening. Follow the tumbling tumbleweeds across the prairie grasslands and into the magical woods in search of puppet-apples, summer love and other accidental destinations.

Presented in collaboration with the Calgary Society of Independent Filmmakers.

Véronique à vélo by Berny Hi and Chrystene Ells
Three Minute Miracle and Scenes from a Secret World by Amalie Atkins
Tumbleweed by Angela Edmunds

Approximate length: 40 minutes


Rainbows, bikes, and summer love – animations that record memories of hot summer days and muggy nights. Perfect for an evening bike-in with your friend or lover.

Presented in collaboration with Quickdraw Animation Society.

Cycletrope by Tim Wheatly
God of Tears by Max Margulies
Cycle of Love by Catherine Marshall
The Tourist by Malcolm Sutherland
Stampede Eats Me Up Inside by Trevor Mahovsky
Bike Race by Tom Schroeder

Approximate length: 45 minutes

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