Cycling City Cinema
Bikes are an important part of Dutch cities. But how do you design the perfect cycling city? During the Architecture Week organized by RAP Leiden answers to this question will be explored. In this Sunday morning breakfast cinema session, RAP Leiden and Leiden International Short Film Experience join forces to screen two interesting documentaries on cycling.
09.30 Coffee & croissants
10.00 Welcome by RAP Leiden & LISFE
10.05 Screening of Trappen, with an introduction by director Wilco Bello
11.00 Coffee break
11.15 Why We Cycle, with an introduction by co-producer Gertjan Hulster
Architectureweek 19 - 25 April
The Leiden region covers an area of roughly 15km2, in which 400,000 cyclists travel from and to work, home, school, sport and shopping, on a daily basis. This tiny region is naturally designed for cyclists to thrive in, and could perhaps even be a prototype for cycling metropoles around the globe. Let's build on that!
During Architectuurweek, citizens, urban designers, architects and governments meet, to discuss all important aspects of what it means to be a Cycling Metropole. Check out our program to discover what the Week has in store for you. Some events may be in Dutch, some are in English.