TALE OF A YELLOW BIKE
Playing at the Projecting Change Film Festival FRIDAY, APRIL 3rd. Followed by a discussion with director, Tina Hahn
In a world of automobiles, can one yellow bike make a difference? Of course not. But a fleet of bikes might create a new model for sustainable transportation. TALE OF A YELLOW BIKE follows manager of the Toronto Bike Share Program, Maogosha Pyjor, as she struggles to keep this non-profit community service alive at a time when its principle and contribution to the environment should be indisputable.
Showing at the PROJECTING CHANGE FILM FESTIVAL on Friday, April 3rd @ 4pm.
Fifth Ave Cinemas, 2110 Burrard St., Vancouver
Projecting Change Film Festival is Vancouver’s only film festival focusing on social and environmental issues. The second annual event kicks off April 2-5th at Fifth Avenue Cinemas. From talks with David Suzuki to Sundance award-winning films, Projecting Change's diverse line-up offers something for everyone. Action through Entertainment: the power of film unveiled!
Projecting Change Film FestivalApril 2nd-5th 2009Fifth Ave Cinemas, 2110 Burrard St., Vancouver
· Four days of film screenings
· Interactive discussions after each film by select filmmakers and industry leaders
· Special events and activities
· Kids Day screenings during the day on Friday
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