The 10th Annual Ciclismo Classico Bike Travel Film Festival
Good news! We’ve moved the festival to March 20th so you won’t have to wait until May to see our curated collection of bicycle travel films:
- The 10th Annual Ciclismo Classico Bike Travel Film Festival is MOVING…to the first day of spring!
- Greater Boston residents, save the date for Wednesday, March 20th, at the Regent Theatre in Arlington. We’ll be showing another amazing showcase of worldwide excitement…and all the beloved extras that come along with the show, from cookies to prizes and more!
- Filmmakers: Our submission deadline is now earlier as a result of our early show. All films must be submitted by February 10, 2019. For more submission guidelines or to submit your film, please see our Film Freeway page.
Women, minorities, and families are especially encouraged to submit their films.
Want to host your very own Bike Travel Film Festival (hint, hint–its a blast), read on!
*Photo provided by Adventure Cycling
Want to host The Bike Travel Film Festival?
Do you have a bicycling cause you would like to raise money for? Are you a Bike Club program director seeking a great show for your Bike Club Audience? The Bike Travel Film Festival is an excellent, turn-key event that can easily raise money, awareness and guaranteed fun for audiences of all ages. One Longfellow Square, a small non-profit performing art and concert venue in Portland, Maine raised $3000 in one film festival showing.
We’ve already expanded our festival to Western Mass, the North Shore, NYC, Maine, and California and are seeking new hosts in communities with an active bicycling community. If you’d like to bring the Ciclismo Classico Bike Travel Film Festival to your hometown, we can show you how.
To host our Festival, you should be able to:
Publicize the event to your community
We supply the press releases, photos and content about the festival, and you would get the word out, especially to the cycling community!
Find a theatre that will show the festival
The venue doesn’t have to be an “official” theatre – we have also seen the festival screened in a National Park Service Visitor Center, a small auditorium, a dinner club or at
Pay for any fees associated with the festival
Our fee of $250/$500 – the lower fee is if there is a charity beneficiary – and whatever theatre and miscellaneous fees are needed. With reasonable publicity and a venue with a capacity of 100+ festivals have repaid their fees and written a very generous check to their charity beneficiaries.
Interested? Please contact Festival Director Karin at Karin@tugboat23.com to hear more!
- Portland, ME
- Northampton, MA
- Salem, MA
- Pelham, NY
- Berkeley, CA
Thursday, March 28, 2019
Academy of Music, Northampton, MA
Ticket sales coming soon!
Sunday, May 19, 2019
Pelham Picture House, Pelham, NY
Ticket sales coming soon!
Stay tuned for more dates and locations!