BFF10 San Diego P.4 Urban Bike Shorts
WE'VE GOT IT ON TAPE
UK 2010 | DVCPRO HD 5 min.
Dir. Brendan McNamee
Brendan is recorded playing "solo polo" with microphones all over his body, bike and mallet. A soundscape of bike polo in action.
TOKYO TO OSAKA
USA, Japan 2010 | HD 13 min.
Dir. Nic Hill
Twelve amateur American fixed gear cyclists and their 400-mile journey through the Japanese countryside.
USA, Japan 2009 | Digital SLR 1 min.
Dir. Steven Day
Bicycling through the city at the speed of light.
Germany, France, Spain 2009 | Mini DV 10 min.
Dir. Andrew Crighton
Portraits of bicycle messenger family members from Barcelona to Paris to Berlin.
USA 2010 | HD 7 min.
Dir. Mike Schmitt & Ed Laforte
Two of the most talented street riders today, Mike Schmitt and WONKA kill it like no others in the world.
USA 2010 | HD 10 min.
Dir. Brendan O'Neill Kohl & Minka Farthing-Kohl
A short film about bike messengers, day laborers and outsourcing gone wild.
MINI VELODROME DE BORDEAUX
France 2010 | HD 3 min.
Dir. Niko Fontas
A glimpse into a French velodrome through a tilt-shift lens yields beautifully mesmerizing effects.
BUSHVELD BIKE MESSENGER
South Africa 2009 | HD 5 min.
Dir. Boyd Varty
Nothing, not even elephants, giraffes, rhinos or wildebeests can stop the Bushveld bike messenger from making his delivery.
LUCAS BRUNELLE - LINE OF SIGHT
USA 2010 | HD/16mm 30 min.
Dir. Benny Zenga and Lucas Brunelle
Lucas Brunelle travels the globe documenting alleycat races and every year he presents a new film at the BFF. This year for our tenth anniversary Lucas teams up with Benny Zenga to produce a film that takes it to new heights. Lucas is the undisputed master of documenting alleycats. From the vantage point of his custom helmet-cam, his footage serves as a rare document, insight into the best urban riders in the world in their natural element. Now Benny Zenga turns the camera back on Lucas Brunelle to bring a new dimension to this rare talent and 'international man of mystery'.
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