This Short Film was initially thought for the Bicycle Film Festival, which travels more than 20 countries around the world. bicyclefilmfestival.com
Shot with a Canon 7D and 550D.
This was the teaser: vimeo.com/22922547
The premiere was in New York. Here’s the story vimeo.com/27167935
Now it’s been in over 5 International Film Festivals.
It was a blast.
Special thanks to the amazing rider Oscar Espinosa who, somehow, got along with us and the infinite shots we wanted to made.
Another amazing applause to our favorite and unique Toño Robles(@ catapultastudios.com) for that sublime ear-enjoyed audio design!
Thanks specially to Xavi Jose xavijose.es which made this impossible shots, well, possible.
A look at cycling in the City Center of Dublin. As a transport mode cycling is on the increase in Dublin. This documentary explores some of the many issues facing people who chose to cycle in Dublin.
One Less Car doesn’t shy away from complex topics and, sometimes ambiguous or contradictory viewpoints. What emerges is the feel of a groundswell, of a phase transition as the act of re-imagining our city starts to see actual impact and gain critical mass. Part snapshot of the zeitgeist part cycling agit-prop.
* Short Version was screened at Stranger Than Fiction - 2010 documentary film festival, short program. *
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