BFF10 Seattle P.4 Urban Bike Shorts
URBAN BIKE SHORTS
ERIK ELSTRAN'S DRAGON SHRED IT!
USA 2010 | HD 4min.
Dir. Erik Elstran
This dragon rides a bike!
WE'VE GOT IT ON TAPE
UK 2010 | DVCPRO HD 5min.
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.
The Netherlands 2010 | DVCAM 9 min.
Dir. Meik de Swaan & David Dijkhoff
Founded by the brothers Bustraan in 1921, legendary bicycle manufacturer RIH has sponsored and supplied the Dutch National team for many years. Since 1973 RIH has been run by Wim van der Kaaij, who still hand builds track and race bikes in Amsterdam at over 70 years old.
USA, Japan 2009 | Digital SLR 1min.
Dir. Steven Day
Bicycling through the city at the speed of light.
USA 2010 | HD 7min.
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.
TOKYO TO OSAKA
USA, Japan 2010 | HD 13min.
Dir. Nic Hill
Twelve amateur American fixed gear cyclists and their 400-mile journey through the Japanese countryside.
MINI VELODROME DE BORDEAUX
France 2010 | HD 3min.
Dir. Niko Fontas
A glimpse into a French velodrome through a tilt-shift lens yields beautifully mesmerizing effects.
USA 2010 | HD 10min.
Dir. Brendan O'Neill Kohl & Minka Farthing-Kohl
A short film about bike messengers, day laborers and outsourcing gone wild.
LUCAS BRUNELLE - LINE OF SIGHT
USA 2010 | HD/16mm 33min.
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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