The Motorcycle Film Festival is an idea whose time has come: we are in the midst of the biggest creative boom centered on motorcycles since the 1970s. Every motorcycle customizer has an in-house filmmaker, and every hip moto-event from Biarritz to Melbourne has built-in paparazzi; we can re-live the antics of fellow bikers on Youtube, or gasp at masterworks from talented videographers, who often unwittingly work side by side. The massive, youthful rise of moto-mania has excited big motorcycle factories to collaborate with rising garage artists, and has inspired professional filmmakers that now is the time to produce that long-dreamt two-wheel feature film.
Split'n Lanes and Dodgin' Gutters | Brooklyn Bowl | May 18 2014 from Whitney Dinneweth on Vimeo.
The 1st Annual Motorcycle Film Festival was held in September of 2013 in NYC by a group of motorcyclists and independent filmmakers. Our goal is to provide a home for motorcycle films from around the world and give moto/film enthusiasts a reason to gather, discuss, and celebrate our favorite subject. For more information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org