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June 21, 2008

Last chance for your dash of danish bike culture this weekend

Filed under: Events — schmadzie @ 10:36 am

Hi folks

Sunday is your last chance to catch some of the Danish documentaries being shown as part of the “Dreams on Wheels” exhibition…and your last chance to catch the exhibition if you haven’t already seen it.

http://www.gksydney.um.dk/en/menu/Events/DreamsOnWheels/ for details.

The films are being shown at the University of Technology, Sydney.
Tower Building (CB01) Broadway, Ultimo.

Sunday 22 June 11:00 am
”Stars and Water Carriers”
A Portrayal of the Girod’Italia Race as classical theatre, in which the heroes evoke the virtues of classical mythology to achieve legendary performances.
Directed by Jørgen Leth (1974) – 93 min.

Sunday 22 June 1:00 pm

“Cities for people”
Jan Gehl shares his ideas on how we conduct our selves in cities and how our
senses of sight, hearing, speaking and feeling respond to them.
Directed by Lars Mortensen (2000) – 57min

Sunday 22 June 2:00 pm
“A Sunday in Hell”
A powerful portrayal of one of the toughest cycling races in the world – The
Paris–Roubaix Race.
Directed by Jørgen Leth (1976) – 111 min.

It’s all free thanks to the Consulate General of Denmark and the City of
Sydney.

Elaena

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