Mobile Frames Film Cycle: A Cycling Tour With Kevin Jerome Everson

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Join internationally celebrated artist and filmmaker Kevin Everson and City Cyclery owner Stephen Hargreaves as they lead a bike tour of locations featured in Everson’s new made-in-Windsor film, *It Seems to Hang On.* Mobile Frames resident filmmaker Fern Silva will also be rolling along.

July 9th, 3pm, meet at City Cyclery, located 553 Lincoln Rd. and bring your bicycle. If you don’t have a bicycle, you can rent one for $10. The tour ends at the Capitol Theatre, 121 University Ave. W., at Media City Film Festival’s 20th anniversary Opening Party.

http://mediacityfilmfestival.com/mcff20/media-city-film-festivals-20th-anniversary-opening-party/

Snacks, refreshments and craft beers from Walkerville Brewery will be available. Meet and greet the international filmmakers in attendance for Media City. Film screenings to follow.

Originally form Mansfield, Ohio, Kevin Everson studied at the University of Akron and at Ohio University. He has made more than seventy short films and five long form films. He is the recipient of a Guggenheim Fellowship and an American Academy Rome Prize. He lives in Charlottesville, Virginia where he is a Professor at the University of Virginia. http://mobileframes.org/filmmakers/kevin-everson/

CITY CYCLERY is Windsor and Detroit’s premiere city cycling destination. http://citycyclery.ca/

Media City Film Festival is an annual international festival for artist’s film and video. Each year the festival attracts artists and audience members from around the world. This July 8-12, 2014, Media City will celebrate its 20th anniversary. Full catalogue and program details available here:

http://mediacityfilmfestival.com/mcff20/

Mobile Frames is an international residency series featuring hands-on film workshops, bike-tours, screenings, lectures and exhibitions in Windsor and Detroit, presented by visiting artist filmmakers from around the world. The series is presented by Media City Film Festival, together with Broken City Lab, Common Ground Art Gallery, Mothlight Microcinema, and Momentum Film & Video Collective. Mobile Frames is made possible through the generous support of the Ontario Trillium Foundation. http://mobileframes.org/

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