Archive for July 16th, 2008

Bike-In Updates

July 16, 2008

OK, this stuff seems to be changing regularly, but here’s some updated info about the free festivities this Sunday in Cal Anderson Park:


The 3rd annual Seattle Bike-In at Cal Anderson Park

Sunday, July 20

Bands at 4pm, movies at dusk

Northwest Film forum teams up with Sustainable Capitol Hill to bring you this year’s Seattle’s Bike-In. Entering its third year of supporting alternative transportation in the city, this year’s partnership includes an all day event called Imagine Capitol Hill, where Sustainable Capitol Hill and its partners provide information and entertainment about sustainable issues facing Capitol Hill residents. Imagine Capitol Hill takes place at the Broadway Farmers market and is followed by a bicycle parade to Cal Anderson Park for music and movies!

This year the musical lineup will include Steve Arntson, who plays concertina, and SEAHORSE.

We will be showing Jorgen Leth’s A SUNDAY IN HELL, as well as an assortment of cycling-themed short movies.

Organizations attending include Cascade Bicycle Club, Bikeworks, 2020 Cycles, Neighborhood Matching Fund, Puget Sound Sage, the Sierra Club, and World Naked Bicyclists.

Check in at for more updates!



July 16, 2008

Though I was told the official announcement would be made yesterday on IndieWire, I can’t find anything to link to.  But Lynn Shelton tells me her latest work, MY EFFORTLESS BRILLIANCE, has been picked up for distribution by IFC.  Congrats to all!