A film festival organized by famous beer maker New Belgium Brewing will make its way to Davis' Central Park Friday night, in what will also raise money for local bicycle advocacy groups.
“Clips of Faith” is a tour of homemade, amateur films and handmade beer, and will also include food from local vendors Woodstock Pizza and Monticello Bistro. There will be a bike valet and a chance to win a New Belgium Cruiser Bike, according to a news release.
Proceeds will benefit Davis Bicycles! and Davis Bicycle Collective. Beer will be available in samples ($1.25 for 3 ounces) and cups ($5 for 12 ounces) and will include Cocoa Mole, Biere de Mars, Tart Lychee, The Lost Abbey, Matt's Cascadian Double, Somersault, La Folie, Fat Tire, Ranger, 1554, Trippel, Abbey, Blue Paddle, Belgo IPA and Shift Pale Lager.
The film festival embraces many genres, including comedic shorts, animation and environmental documentaries. Some of the films to look forward to include “The Canning Queen of the Desert: Classie Parker,” a tale about deep conversations in the kitchen, “DamNation” which highlights the controvery over water rights in the West, and “Foxy Shazam – Unstoppable,” a film entirely created with old-school theater trickery, puppeteering and black light, according to the release.
While food is welcome to the free event, outside alcohol is not.