Bikes vs Cars
자전거 vs 자동차
|Synopsis||Bikes vs Cars depicts a global crisis we must talk about: Climate, earth's resources, cities where the surface is consumed by cars. The bike is a great tool for change, but the interests who gain from cars invest billions each year on lobby and ads to protect their business. In Sao Paulo where car sales are booming, bike activists push for radical changes. Once LA had the best public transport on the planet, 20% commuted on bike. A lobby driven development. In Toronto car dependent voters elect a mayor that wipes out bike lanes and trams. In Copenhagen, 40% commute by bike daily. Imagine if the whole world had numbers like this; an immediate climate effect, cities with a human scale.|
Fredrik GERTTEN 프레드릭 게르텐Fredrik GERTTEN, the director of Bikes vs Cars is a Swedish award winning director and journalist. His latest works BIG BOYS GONE BANANAS!*(2012) and BANANAS!*(2009) have met an audience in over 80 countries including Sundance. Today he combines filmmaking with a role as a creative producer on WG Film - famous for local stories with a global understanding, with several films catching the identity and transformation of his hometown.