Toronto Program 6 - Urban Bike Shorts
This is our screening with the highest attendance around the world. Buy your tickets in advance.
KING OF SKITCH
USA 2008 | HD 2min.
Dir. Daniel Leeb
The King of New York, Felipe Robayo, will always find the fastest way on a bike to get from A to B.
USA 2007 | DV 3min.
Dir. Matt Marlin
A bicycle wheel escapes the clutches of an evil bike shop in the country to flee towards a new life in the big city
THE TOOLBOX ("Spare Parts Race")
USA 2008 | Digital/Stop Motion Animation 2min.
Leftover bicycle parts race one another for glory in this brief stop-motion animated treat.
RAVEN AND THE BICYCLE ANGEL
USA 2007 | DV 8min.
Dir. Jonathan van Tulleken
A fun mockumentary about a young man attempting to win the heart of the woman of his dreams by cycling in a bike courier race.
Japan 2008 | DV 8min.
Dir. Daisuke Hayakawa and Toshihiko Nakano
Japan has emerged as one of the worlds centers for urban track bike culture. Fumikiri is a view into the riding styles of the talented and creative riders of Japan.
USA 1988 | Super 8 4min.
Dir. Dieter Runge
A day in the life of a NY bike messenger in the 80s edited to the song Mystik Mood by the New York band East of Eden.
USA 2007 | Video 3min.
Dir. Spencer Fortin
Italy 2007 | DV 8min.
Dir. Luca Bedini and Marco Brandoli
In Northern Italy, 3000 people come together for a slow orgiastic 3-mile ride feasting on Lambrusco, pasta, and song.
THE MAKING OF BOOTLEG SESSIONS V.2
USA 2008 | DV 5min.
Dir. Burd Phillips
This short details the efforts of a globally diverse group of wayward cyclists as they attempt to put together a video project that proves one thing: there is an infinite number of ways to have fun on bicycles.
PEDAL PUSHER SOCIETY
USA 2007 | 5min.
Dir. Susie Seidelman and Shea Schachameyer
A film about Pedal Pusher Society, representing Milwaukees premier bike gang of women.
USA 2007 | HD 11min.
Dir. Colby Elrick and Colin Arlen
This beautifully shot video showcases some of the most talented track riders on the west coast.
USA 2006 | DV 11min.
Dir. Lucas Brunelle
Lucas has a given us a look at riding like nobody before him. He has traveled to Londons underground, the English Countryside, Tokyos freeways and tunnels, and of course the streets of New York. Every city has a different style of riding. The palm trees of Los Angeles, the stately buildings of Stockholm, are examples of backdrops for alleycats seen through the helmet cam in different locales.
CMWC 2008 TORONTO
2008 | HD 10min.
608 College Street West
Toronto, ON M6G 1B5
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