Asian Shorts at Bicycle Film Festival Toronto

The Bicycle Film Festival has been a major catalyst for the urban bike movement, one of the most powerful and culturally relevant forces of the last decade. The BFF is sure to carry this momentum into the next decade.

LE TOUR DE KAGAWA (Japan  2011) - A group of young foodies travel as far as necessary for a bowl of udon.
SMILE FOR FUTURE (Japan 2011) - After the disaster of earthquakes and tsunami hit the northern region of Japan inMarch, Ucchi, a world class BMX Flatlander from Japan decided to deliver smiles to those suffering with his mentor and BMX legend Kotaro.

PARTS UNKNOWN (Canada 2011) - After the disaster of earthquakes and tsunami hit the northern region of Japan in March, Ucchi, a world class BMX Flatlander from Japan decided to deliver smiles to those suffering with his mentor and BMX legend Kotaro.

THE BIKE SONG (UK 2011) - In this clip, a boy (Falconer) meets his match when a red bike follows him home one day. An adventurous ride involving a thief, an international man of mystery (Ronson), a smooth-talking poet (Spank Rock), and a trio of bike-riding beauties unfolds.

BIKE LANA (USA 2011) - The Neistat Brothers have made a movie for the BFF for many years.This year, Casey shows us what is really going in New York City Bike lanes.

For more information please visit http://www.bicyclefilmfestival.com/Toronto.

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