Cast: Shawn Christensen, Lou Bernstein, Sarah Heyward, Michael C. Hsiung, Tim Bennett, Chris McCoy, Tom Sykes, & Ivy Strohmaier.
Matthew Waterson as the voice of The Bicycle.
Director of Photography: Todd Banhazl
1st AC: Justin Cameron
2nd AC: George Nienhuis
Costume Designer: Audrey Neustadter
Art Department: Jake Frank
Editor: Adam Neustadter
Sound Design: Elliot Thompson
Foley Mixer: Stephen P. Chesley
Composer: Dominic Matar
Colorist: Kevin Cannon @ Prehistoric Digital
Austin Film Festival
Florida Film Festival
Mecal International Film Festival of Barcelona
LA Shorts Fest
Woods Hole Film Festival
Interfilm Berlin Film Festival
The Bicycle FIlm Festival
The Holstee Manifesto is a call to action to live a life full of intention, creativity, passion, and community.
The LifeCycle Film came about as a desire to bring the energy and passion behind the Manifesto to life through something we love--biking. As we seek to live mindful lifestyles that leave a positive impact on the people and world around us, biking has become a passion that is much more than a transportation alternative. It is a way of fully experiencing the city we love and all of its details.
This Film is a celebration. It is a celebration of gatherings, of diversity, of life, and of the beauty of shared experience. We hope you enjoy.
Holstee Manifesto written by Dave, Mike and Fabian
Music "Almost Everything" by Wakey!Wakey!
Director / Producer / Editor Cooper Miller
Cinematographer Anna Farrell
Producer Juliette Richey
Production Coordinator Whitney Matthews
Production Assistants Shawn Maguire & Wendi Miller
Book Cover Design Ray Shappell
Film direction, production and editing
This short film was created to test the new Zeiss Compact Primes in a real life production situation. The film was shot on a RED One and a Panasonic Lumix GH1, with Hot Rod Adapter, by Director of Photography John Inwood and directed by Andy Shipsides.
For Tehran-born and Amsterdam-based designer, Reza Abedini, graphic design is not merely a visual art form but "a value". Combining traditional and contemporary types in his own body of work—logos, posters, corporate identities and three-dimensional designs—for more than 20 years, he is also teaching as professor of graphic design. In our Gestalten.tv feature, he gives insight into the merits of Arabesque 2: Graphic Design from the Arab and Persian World, why there is a "useless distance between the letters" in western printing and how to find one's own visual identity these days.