The bicycle hits keep on coming.
This Sunday, in celebration of Florida Bike Month, there will be a screening of the film "Dr. Mr. Gore. The film was directed by Lisa Mills, a Univ of Central Fla professor. The screening will be on Sunday, March 22, at 3:30 pm at the lovely and cool Pangea Cafe located in the heart of Downtown Clearwater at 34 N. Ft. Harrison Avenue. Making it even more enticing, right after the screening at 5:00 pm is Open Mic at Pangea. This monthly event features singing, playing instruments, poetry, comedy and more! Any artist, accomplished or budding, is welcome to perform. Open Mic is organized by Art Alive and Artists in Action International. There is no cost for admission and parking is free and abundant in Downtown on Sunday.
So finish up your Sunday chores early, clean yourself up (or not) and join us for this unique cultural adventure. Call Tammy at the city of Clearwater at 727-562-4047 if you have any questions.
An Orlando woman uses her bicycle ride to work as a vehicle to explore fear and global warming. Shot in Orlando, Tampa, Sweden and Denmark, the film is a contemplative response to An Inconvenient Truth and provides a unique perspective on one person's attempt to reduce her carbon footprint and overcome fear. Her journey to the answer takes the audience on a humorous bike ride with a camera strapped to the handle bars. This film features a bicycle ride with the Mayor of Orlando and music by Danish jazz violin sensation Mads Tolling.
Film time: 66 min