Tag Archives: Texas Theatre

Aftermass: Bicycling in a post-Critical Mass Portland | November 26th, 7:00 PM @ the Texas Theatre

A rare opportunity to see the great bicycle documentary, Aftermass, and have the filmmaker, Joel Biel, in house for a Q and A at the end.  Also, you’ll get to see it at the legendary Texas Theatre here in Oak Cliff, who is currently raising funds on Seed and Spark to get digital cinema .  […]

BFOC and O.C. Film Festival Polaroid Bike Ride!

Bike Friendly Oak Cliff & Oak Cliff Film Festival invite you to the first ever Pola-Ride Collaboration Saturday, June 21 Inspired by Eadweard Muybridge’s galloping-horse photo studies, this modern-day ride is geared to gather a stop-motion historical view of Oak Cliff as seen through the eyes of cyclists. Two teams, Team Muybridge and Team Lumiere, […]

Last Night of Cyclesomatic! Triplets of Belleville at the Texas Theatre

Sunday 6PM, The Triplets of Belleville at the Historic Texas Theatre Help us reign in the final night of Cyclesomatic! Will be showing the incredible French film, Triplets of Belleville. For those who haven’t seen it, it’s the story of an orphaned boy, Champion, who is raised by his grandmother, Madame Souza. Her gift of […]

BFOC Donates Screen to Texas Theatre, Just in time for Cyclesomatic!

A handful of BFOCer’s hung and mounted a giant screen which was donated by a fellow BFOC member to the Texas Theatre just in time for our upcoming films at Cyclesomatic. We’re getting closer! All total, it took 7 guys, 3 chains, 2 pulley’s, a ton of rope, and 1 giant ladder. This is exciting […]

75208 Presents October 2nd Friday Night Ride to Texas Theatre

We noted in a previous post about the film B.I.K.E. being shown at the historic Texas Theatre on the kickoff night for Cyclesomatic. Before the film, there will be a group ride leaving from downtown at 8:30PM, making its way to the theatre. BFOC member Colin Clarke, who also heads 75208 and the most recent […]

Filled to capacity

Pictures of the recycled reunion arena bike racks being used to capacity at their new home in Oak Cliff in front of the Texas Theatre:

This Friday! Discounts for Cyclists @ The Texas Theatre

The historic Texas Theatre is offering $2 off ticket prices at the door for all who arrive on bicycle for the May 1st showing of the 1923 Lon Chaney classic, “The Hunchback of Notre Dame”. The silent film will be shown accompanied by a live orchestra headed by 90.1 FM KERA’s Paul Slavens. The film […]