Short documentary shot on super 16mm relating the hopes and desires of those who go for a motorcycle road trip.
A film by Clement Beauvais and Arthur de Kersauson
Directed by Clement Beauvais
Produced by Arthur de Kersauson
Written by Clement Beauvais and Arthur de Kersauson
Dop Zack Spiger
Editing Clement Beauvais
A Moonwalk films Production
With the support of Edwin.
Picture and Blog: Hysteric Studio
Photographer Donald van der Putten
Making off Thomas Chedeville
Staghead Moto is a collaboration between John Christenson and Nick Huber to document the craft and scene of fine vintage motorcycles. We seek to promote the lifestyle around vintage motorcycles through art, blogging, riding and modifying vintage bikes. In 2013 Staghead Moto founded and sponsored the traveling art expo 'Oil&Ink Motorbike Print Expo' with pop up galleries in NYC, Minneapolis, Los Angeles and at the Moto GP in Austin Texas.
Created by Tony Franklin and Alex Horner
Creative Director: Tony Franklin
Director: Tony Franklin
Director of Photography: Alex Horner
Copywriter: Molly Augustin
Edited by: Alex Horner
Colorist: Alex Horner
Original Score and Sound Design by: Bryan Hanna / Egg-Music
Voice Over Talent: Bryan Hanna
Location Sound: Ryan O’Hara Theisen
The world’s most electrifying camera car driver: Sam Gisselman
Production Assistant: Bill Hickey
Photographer: Bill Hickey
A digital short showcasing Chris Hollis enjoying some downtime and
a free-ride through the outskirts of his hometown, Port Macquarie NSW Australia.
At 29, Hollis has established himself as one of Australia's most prominent
Off-Road motorcycle racers. His unique blend of smooth-lines and
calculated-speed make him a favourite to watch, both in and out of the competitive arena.
"A Day at Home" 2013.
Filmed & Edited: Shane Fletcher
Additional Camera Operator: Lee Kelly
Music: M83 "We Own The Sky".
What would happen if you tried to ride a totally inappropriate vehicle from one side of the country to the other? What if that vehicle was a 15 year old trials motorbike (Montesa Cota 315) with no seat, a tiny 3 litre fuel tank and top speed of 30 mph? Would man and machine make it...?