The teaser is just a small taste of the 5 minute short (without the sound design). Sykkelen Min world premiere was at The Norwegian International Film Festival 22nd August 2012.

Sykkelen Min is distributed by The Norwegian Film Institute.

Written & directed by Kristian B.Walters
Produced by Kay Garred & Kristian B. Walters

Starring Lauritz Helgesen & Alida Mørch

DOP Kai Roger Melkevik
Editor/camera assistent Martin Trosnavåg
Music Pete Swift
Sound design Tom Poole Kerr

Synopsis :
Everything appears normal in the small Norwegian town of Skudeneshavn, with its white wooden houses from the 1800's and its friendly locals.
But cycling along the beach road is Lauritz, an eleven year old boy en route to treat himself to an ice cream at The World's Smallest Café. The best ice cream for miles around.
Peddles spinning, wheels skidding, he rides his beloved bike like a pro through majestic woods and narrow roads to get to the café.
Before sunset he will have lost something valuable, but perhaps gained something more precious.



Premiere at The Norwegian International Film Festival, Haugesund

Skudeneshavn International Festival of Literature and the Arts


Minimalen Short Film Festival, Trondheim

ViewFinders: Atlantic Film Festival for Youth, Nova Scotia, Canada

Kristiansand International Children's Film Festival

BCN Sports Film Festival, Barcelona

Festival Internacional de Cine para Ninos, Mexico City

31st Carrousel international du film de Rimouski, Canada

30th Chicago International Children's Film Festival

55th Nordic Film Days Lübeck, Germany

KORT Kinokino, Stavanger

31st Poznan International Young Audience Film Festival Ale Kino, Poland


23rd Festival Internacional de Cine del Paraguay

On 21st December 2014 My Bike will be playing in 18 cinemas in The Netherlands under The Shortest Day banner:

EYE, Amsterdam (in the photo)
De Balie, Amsterdam
Chassé, Breda
Cinema, Middelburg
De Lieve Vrouw, Amersfoort
Focus, Arnhem
Fraterhuis, Zwolle
Groninger Forum, Groningen
Heerenstraat Theater, Wageningen
Het Ketelhuis, Amsterdam
Filmtheater Kriterion, Amsterdam
Louis Hartlooper Complex, Utrecht
LUX, Nijmegen
Lumière Cinema, Maastricht
Lumen, Delft
NatLab door Plaza Futura, Eindhoven
Rialto, Amsterdam
Slieker Film, Leeuwarden

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