Job Opening at Filmed by Bike Film Festival

We’re looking for an enthusiastic Festival and Partnerships Assistant to join our team for the 2023 season. This role oversees our community partnerships, limited sponsorships, Box Office Management and other duties as needed.

Hours + Commitment

Part Time: An average of 10-50 hours a month with a flexible work schedule.

The Festival and Partnerships Assistant is responsible for maintaining their own hours. Hours increase significantly in January during Partnerships Season and then again in April and May as the festival weekend approaches. Continue reading... “Job Opening at Filmed by Bike Film Festival”

High Vis Film Fest: Celebrating BIPOC Cyclists & their Stories (Oct 3 on YouTube Live)

Tickets are pay-what-you-can and benefit Brown Hope and our BIPOC Filmmaker Grant, supporting new and emerging filmmakers to share their bike stories

Co-Produced by Courtney Williams of The Brown Bike Girl, the People’s Bike Mayor of NYC

Saturday, October 3
6:00-8:00 pm – Pacific Time
A YouTube livestream event. Watch live or later!

About the Event

Here at Filmed by Bike, we spend eight months of the year connecting with our global community of filmmakers and scouring the internet and social media for interesting independent bicycle films. Continue reading... “High Vis Film Fest: Celebrating BIPOC Cyclists & their Stories (Oct 3 on YouTube Live)”

Filmed by Bike Film Fest Heads to SXSW


The Filmed by Bike film festival was started in 2003 as a way to get people excited about bikes and to celebrate the creative Portland bike community. Founder and Director Ayleen Crotty says she never imagined the festival would grow to where it is today with film submissions from all over the world.

Now, in its 16th year, the festival is headed to SXSW in Austin this March. Continue reading... “Filmed by Bike Film Fest Heads to SXSW”

Local Filmed By Bike Film Festival Goes Global

14th Annual Filmed by Bike
May 6-8, 2016
Hollywood Theatre, Portland

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The 14th Annual Filmed by Bike Festival showcases the world’s best bike movies, and the organizers say this year is their best collection of movies to date: 59 films from 55 filmmakers representing 19 different countries will show throughout the festival.

Watch the Trailer

Produced by Hood River filmmaker Manny Marquez

About the Films

Filmed by Bike features five distinct programs of films. Continue reading... “Local Filmed By Bike Film Festival Goes Global”

International Bike Culture at 12th Annual Filmed by Bike

FBB2014-handbill-collage-simpleIn 2003, Portland’s bicycle culture was really taking off. The creativity, grassroots spirit and wild enthusiasm was undeniable so it’s no surprise a film festival – Filmed by Bike – was in the mix of endeavors that rose out of this formative era. Year after year a primarily Portland-based pool of filmmakers submitted films to the festival, which this year runs April 19-22 at the Clinton St. Theater.

12 years later, all eyes are on Portland as areas around the globe – like Japan – look for sustainability inspiration, and bikes are certainly part of that equation. Continue reading... “International Bike Culture at 12th Annual Filmed by Bike”