Rochester Street Films, Spring 2017
About the Film:
Others often form their first impressions of us by what we drive. Cars thus become part of our identity, whether we choose so or not. Drive a rusty clunker, or arrive by bus, and…
Whether to forego a car rarely seems a simple choice, but this decision we each make for ourselves drives where we can live, profound patterns of land use, and even who we are. Are each of us Rochesterian or some other denizen-label? In Street Films, meet some who've faced this choice and see how they've coped. See how we cope.
The big-screen debut of short films by Alex Freeman, Nate Butler, and Ericka Jones explores three perspectives on moving around #Rochester. See our comments for each preview. This series—produced in partnership with Floating Home Films—examines our current state and future possibilities for mobility. A panel discussion follows the films.
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No one refused for lack of funds, but seats are limited. Reserve yours in advance at http://bit.ly/2lv2NmL and donate any amount tax-deductibly, $5-25 suggested.
BIKE and park in our bike corral, hosted by Rochester Cycling Alliance.
RIDE Bus Route #31 Park Ave or #57 East Ave to The Little Theatre. Outbound #31 leaves the Transit Center 6:10p. Inbound #31 arrives 6:09p at The Little and #57 arrives 6:08p.
Thanks to American Public Transportation Association, WXXI, SunCommon New York, HubShout, LaBella Associates, Rochester Brainery, Tru Yoga Rochester, SWBR Architects, and to you for making Rochester Street Films possible. Hosted by Reconnect Rochester.