Filmmaker Spotlight: The Bikes of Wrath

“I think that right now, given recent events in the USA, our documentary is particularly important because it shows the incredible generosity and kindness of everyday Americans. There are a lot of elements to the film – cycling, adventure, music, literature – but I think it is ultimately about the goodness of ordinary people,” says Australian filmmaker Charlie Turnbull

Accepted Films, 2017

Announcing Our 2017 Official Selections Congratulations! The following filmmakers films have been accepted

Seeking Bike Movie Experts (Training Provided)

Every fall, movie and bike lovers start working with us for a few months. By the time they’re finished, they’re Bike Movie Experts. It’s a pretty amazing transformation to witness. Learn how we select the world’s best bike movies by joining us as a Bike Movie Expert in Training.

Filmmaker Spotlight: Joey Schusler

Joey Schusler is an adventurer extraordinaire who also creates gorgeous films about his journeys. In his early 20’s he realized his bike could be more than simply a thrill-seeking too for racing the clock, it could also be a tool for adventure and getting an personal view of the world.

Filmmaker Spotlight: Devansh Mathur

“Gotya” is a very interesting bike-themed film set in India. We spent some time talking with filmmaker Devansh Mathur about the making of this complex piece.

Filmmaker Spotlight: Dwayne Burgess

Dwayne Burgess says it was Ron Fricke’s “Koyaanisqatsi” that really paved for him as a filmmaker. “My first film was born out of the pure desire to challenge myself to create moving image with a digital camera, push every aspect of my knowledge and technical artistry using time lapse photography.”

Filmmaker Spotlight: Damian Ineichen

“Public transport is very good in Switzerland and in most cases you can take your bike with you. For us, it’s the perfect way to get access to all the trails in the Alps.”