Family Film Sunday: Reels on Wheels
Sunday Jun 15 11:10 AM
Doris Duke Theatre
About the Film:
$ 3 adults | $1 children (13 + under)
46 mins. Ages 6+
June 15 at 11:10am
Celebrate cycling with an international selection of inspiring short films from the Bike Shorts Film Festival Hawaii. The Bike Shorts Film Festival Hawaii is a showcase of local, national and international talent both behind and in front of the camera. See 9 short films that give a glimpse into bicycle culture across the globe!
Marry Me (Michelle Lehman. Australia. 7 mins)
A sweet warm-hearted story about a little girl who likes a little boy, and a little boy who likes his BMX bike.
Cycle of Love (Cat Marshall. USA. 4 mins)
A tricycle falls in love, only to have his rusty heart broken. At first, he despairs, but he lives to love again!
Learning to Ride a Bike (Canada, 3 mins)
A five year old boy`s first bicycle lesson goes terribly wrong!
The Backwards Rider (Ben Lenzner. Canada. 8 mins)
Explore the life and riding style of Leslie Slowely, the biker known throughout the Queen West neighborhood of Toronto as The Backwards Rider.
Bicycle Portraits: Staying Alive (Stan Engelbrecht & Nic Grobler. South Africa. 3 mins)
Travel through South Africa to learn about who rides bicycles and why they ride them.
Manquer | Missing (Matt Daniels + Sean Pecknold. USA. 7 mins)
Suzette the road bike is not just a birthday present for Alain, she’s the love of his life. When she goes missing, the hunt is on for the bicycle thief! French with English subtitles
One Less Car (Sam & Tyler. USA. 5 mins)
Winter Shines (Jonathan Lau. USA. 4 mins)
We All Have a Reason to Ride (David Aquino. USA. 5 mins)
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