Moving Beyond the Automobile
March 15, 6:30p at The Little Theatre
March 29, 6:30p at The Little Theatre
The big-screen debut of short films by Alex Freeman, Nate Butler, and Ericka Jones will explore three very different perspectives on moving around Rochester. Panel discussion will follow.
No one refused for lack of funds, but space is limited. Reserve your seat in advance by making a donation to Reconnect Rochester ($5-25 suggested).
Online registration has closed for this event. There may still be seats available. Doors open at 6pm. First come first serve.
About Rochester Street Films
This film series—produced in partnership with Floating Home Films—aims to identify, explain and discuss complex transportation concepts, and facilitate community conversation about the current state and future possibilities for mobility in Rochester.
Together with locally produced and archival short films, live panel discussions help to stimulate community conversation on a wide range of related topics including Rochester’s transportation history, bus transit system, cycling infrastructure, pedestrian life, street design, “car culture”, equity issues, urban sprawl, and more.
Our last Street Films event of 2016 was a huge success. The Little Theatre 1 was sold out for End of the Line; Rochester’s Subway on September 28. If you missed the show you can watch the panel discussion here. Follow us on Facebook or subscribe to our e-newsletter to be notified of future events.