No matter where you are — on the streets of Uganda, in the slums of San Paolo or in your hometown — you have the right of the way. A new era of transport revolution is coming. Join us as we travel the cities across the globe and discover new perspectives on the organization of urban space.
XCTRY 6’ Bill Brown USA 2018
Leaving one hometown and looking for the next one.
CYCOLOGIC 15’ Emilia Stahlhammer, Veronica Palsoon, Elsa Lowdin, Sweden, Uganda 2016
When one’s traveling the streets of Kampala one does not only face a chaotic and dangerous traffic environment but also struggles to go through endless queues, pollutions, motorcyclists and cars attacking you from every angle which is a energy-consuming dilemma.
RIGHT OF THE WAY: A SHORT FILM ABOUT THE NEXT ERA OF TRANSPORTATION 7’
The way we move around the world is changing. Join us as we travel to cities across the globe and meet the people revolutionizing their communities. Right of Way is a new documentary brought to you by Ford and VICE Impact.
PULLING RICKSHAW IN A MAN’S WORLD 3’ Claudia Hinterseer Bangladesh, China 2017
Dhaka’s only female rickshaw driver, Sumi Begum, pulls passengers through the streets of the city, breaking traditional gender roles while supporting her daughter.
INCONVENIENT COMFORT 20’ Ádám Fillenz Netherlands 2016
Inconvenient comfort is about 60 years old Annabelle who really got attached to her mobility scooter. She’s not aware that she’s bound to this vehicle because of her empty yet very comforting life. Throughout a series of events she’ll realize that she has to make a change in order to prevent her life from falling apart.
FREIBURG BIKES 7’ Sigrid Faltin Germany 2017
Freiburg has a lively film scene. The city’s Location Office wants to show just how lively it is with a “Freiburg Roll”. The office has invited Freiburg’s filmmakers to submit their take on the city. White Pepper is happy to participate with a short film about unusual bicycles and bicycle stories. There is a literature cycle, the garbage cycle, the wooden cycle, the vegetable bike, the refugee cycle, the transport cycle, the multiple children’s cycle to mention only a few…
NOS COQUILLES 8’ Violette Deffontaines, Czech Republic, 2017
Big blocks, small houses, snails, kids, rocks, Francis Ponge, Le Corbusier. A walk through a Prague suburb with a question in mind: what cities do we build? «Sun, space, greenery». A question of shapes, proportions, dispositions and also human needs.
GREEN SCREEN GRINGO 15’ Douwe Dijkstra the Netherlands 2016
Behind a green screen, a foreigner finds his way in an enchanting – and yet turbulent – Brazil. Where the streets are a stage for politics, art and affection, a gringo can only watch. The result is a mixtape-portrait on modern day Brazil seen through the eyes of the visitor.