Neon Speaks is an annual festival celebrating all things bent and burning around world. As with other events of this type the whole thing went online this year and it ran across five days straddling the end of September and the beginning of October. Sessions ranged from the neon of Havana to tours of neon and ghost signs in San Francisco, and a highlight was the screening of “Neon” by Eric Bednarski (see below).

The organisers have taken much of the programme content and posted the recordings online for viewing until 3rd January. Access to these is on a donation basis (suggested $10) and it’s well worth doing so via the dedicated Eventbrite page.

Here’s hoping that next year’s festival can happen in person again. In the meantime, get a long drink and enjoy this exploration of the neon legacy of Warsaw in Poland…

[Photo: Rancho Super Car Wash by San Francisco Neon]