We’re very pleased to be hosting an event as part of Bristol Radical Film Festival on Weds March 5. Should be a pedal-powered, live-scored belter.
It’s a screening of The Man With a Movie Camera (Dziga Vertov, Soviet Union, 1929, 68min), with live improvised score. And you get a bonus short about our friends at The Bristol Bike Project (Alistair Oldham, UK, 2010, 18 min).
For this event the Film Festival joins forces with Cycletricity & DJ Spin Thief to present a screening of the revolutionary Soviet classic, The Man with a Movie Camera (1929), that is truly unique. Not only will the film be accompanied by a live, improvised soundtrack, but the entire event will be pedal-powered by ‘cycletricity’. There’s loads of other interesting stuff going on during the Festival so do check out the rest of the programme, but for bike lovers, this is the one.