New film about the currently exploding US cyclocross scene, and the emerging Japanese cyclocross scene. The Cyclocross Meeting follows Barry Wicks and Adam Mcgrath to top US races in New Jersey and Oregon, and then to Japan, where they compete with seven time Japanese National Champion Keiichi Tsujiura, and the up and coming talent Yu Takenouchi. Also featuring 35 year veteran bicycle framebuilder Nakagawa
World Premier: Bicycle Film Festival 2009. NYC. June 17-21.
Four months on a bicycle between Cairo, Egypt and Cape Town South Africa is not your typical African safari.
En route with the Tour d' Afrique, the world's longest bicycle race and expedition, the Zenga Bros. (CAN) and Brian Vernor (USA) make light of this physically daunting trip by sharing a universal love of the bicycle with Africa's roadside mechanics, sporting racers, and innumerable curious strangers.
Traveling more than 70 miles per day, 50 racers and expedition riders experienced the boundless Nubian desert of Sudan, the great majesty of Victoria Falls, and finally the cold rush of the Atlantic Ocean.
Where Are You Go captures the 7,000 mile expedition as a constant adventure full of playfulness and mysterious beauty, and is a testament to the endurance of human curiosity.
Willie K. Bullion and Brian Vernor made this love letter to the sport of cyclocross. Shot entirely on Super 8 film, with a soundtrack by Andy Kortman and Oma Yang of Slowdance Records, with additional tracks by the Microphones of K records, and Garrett James. Featuring Barry Wicks, Justin Robinson, Gina Hall, and Rick Hunter. Distributed by VAS Entertainment.
Dir. Benny Zenga and Brian Vernor
This year BFF alumni, Brian Vernor and the Zenga Bros., rode with cameras in hand across Africa. Back in America just in time for the 2008 NYC BFF, theyve compiled this special presentation, a glimpse into the footage gathered over the last four months and 12,000 kms covered by bicycle.
This short film is only a glimpse....feature film project to be completed in 2009.
We Just Work Here, is a film about a community of individualists working at the bicycle manufacturer, Santa Cruz Bicycles. It focusses on the culture of riding and disparate talents of the employees of SCB. Filmed entirely on Super 8, in and around Santa Cruz, and Downieville, CA. Featuring Rob Roskopp, Steve Smith, Julie Furtado, Willie K. Bullion, Doug Hatfield, and Jim Tharp. Distributed by Santa Cruz Bicycles