The recent Redway Rendezvous, which took place on Saturday, 14th July, was a great success with around 60 members of the public, from the young age of 7 up, jumping on their bikes and cycling around the city’s Redways. But it wasn’t all pedal power as the two hour ride was interjected with four short films, shown at Milton Keynes landmarks The Running Jumping Standing Still Film, Hans Richter: Ghosts Before Breakfast, 2 animation shorts Velodrool & The Box and Brexicuted.
The films were shown on a specially designed cinema bike from multi-media experimentalists Urban Projections and concluded with the showing of Velorama at MK Gallery.
The event, which was organised by the Independent Cinema Milton Keynes, in conjunction with Pedalling Culture and the MK Festival Fringe, was the launch pad of the Vagabond Film Festival, which kicks off this week.
As a result of the success of the event, and the positive feedback the organisers received, there are plans to hold Redway Rendezvous again in the future.
The recent Redway Rendezvous, which took place on Saturday, 14th July, was a great success with around 60 members of the public, from the young age of 7 up, jumping on their bikes and cycling around the city’s Redways.
To celebrate the first birthday of our #PedallingCulture Partner, The EV Experience Centre Milton Keynes will be throwing a party from 6pm until 8pm tonight.
BBC Look East has featured a sneak peak of rehearsals for the forthcoming Bicycle Bell-ero which takes place this Saturday, 22nd July. A representative from the team behind the novel concept, Graeme Surtees, explained to the BBC how the Bicycle Bell-ero project was developed from the Milton Keynes International Film Festival
Pedalling Culture has launched a series of exciting programmes this year, kicking off with three events this month. From a cycling cinema, an engaging peddler show, to the musical notes of a bicycle bell, these events are set to your interest in Pedalling Culture.