CRITICAL FILM - A documentary about a very special weekend in July of 2010. A weekend of unconventional cyclocross racing. It only took 126 km of dirt, gravel and cobblestones devided in 4 stages between Dresden and Leipzig, 80 racers, 9 hours, 35°C, 600 liters of water, a ton of food, a world cup quarterfinal and many many enthusiastic souls, to make this an unbelievable experience.
They call it 'CRITICAL DIRT - A study in crossification'.
e r t z u i ° film has captured this event along the dirt with our very own perspective.
Thanks to 12rec Netlabel, Earstroke Records & Karl-Marx-Stadt for the musical support.
How much can one person see during a day of cyclocross racing? Look through the lens of Keith Walberg as he made his way around Eva Bandman Park in Louisville, Kentucky. The atmosphere was electric for the first ever elite world cyclocross championships held in North America.