Finally Groningen!

t’s time for the most northern festival about our best two wheeled friend; the bicycle! Maybe you’re hooked on your fixed gear, dream about downhill mountain biking or feel the black asphalt running through your cycle race veins, every cyclist is welcome. The International Cycling Film Festival is a must see for every cycle freak. And actually also for non cyclists who just love good films.

We start the day with a free afternoon program with the theme: Travel on the bicycle. We show you some cycling films that make you want to hit the road and explore the unknown immediately.

The evening program will be the 12th edition of the International Cycling Film Festival. This program consist of 19 short and even shorter films from all corners of the world. We have films from Rwanda, Kosovo and Australia. The evening program will last around 180 minutes and will be presented by adventurer and cyclist Erwin Zantinga

From 15:00 our cosy bar is opened where you can drink a (craft) beer for reasonable prices. So put on your cycling pants, oil your chain and hit the road towards the RKZbios for a day of fun, beers and loads of cycling films!

16:00 – 17:30 – Free afternoon program
18:00/18:30 – Food
20:00 – 23:00 – Main program 12th ICFF


The Goldene Kurbel of the 12th International Cycling Film Festival goes to USA: The winner is Steven Subotnick who gets the prize for his film “Little Girl”. The Grand Prize of the Jury was given to Eric Jobs, who shot the documentary “Made in Langendreer”, a cinematic portrait of the legend of wooden framework, Helmut Schröder. Eric Jobs also received the award of the audience of the 12th ICFF. Amanda Zackem, USA, wins the third prize of the festival for her short “Georgena Terry”.

Congratulations from the festival jury ans the team of the International Cycling Film Festival!