The Moto Social Munich Cinema Night
We are excited to offer a small The Moto Social Special after all. Thanks to the support of Christian and popular demand, we were able to partner with TMMF The Motorcycle Film Festival in Toronto. Enjoy the evening at the bar for conversations and unwind with three short films.
Everyone is welcome. Good vibes only.
Film starts at 8 pm.
Directed by Siddharth Shukla
Documentary | 37 minutes | India | 2021 | English, Hindi, Tibetan
In October 2019, a group of motorcyclists ventured out on a once in a lifetime experience to ride through the forbidden kingdom of Tibet Autonomous Region and reach the world’s highest monastery Rongbuk at the fabled North Face Base Camp of Mount Everest – a route George Mallory made famous with his attempt to scale the mountain back in 1924.
Starting from Kathmandu, they crossed the Nepalese border to ride through the high desolate highlands of Tibet Autonomous Region on their way to Rongbuk. Together they battled the biting chill, the dropping oxygen and their own personal limits, forming friendships for life on the way to the top of the world.
Directed by Max Vannienschoot
Narrative | 9 minutes | Canada | 2022 | English
Astride his motorcycle, Oskar speeds through serene landscapes along the North Sea, hoping to avoid a storm that looms over the horizon. Exhausted from running away, he stops on a vast and bright beach to enjoy the comfort of a cigarette as he considers his options and the journey ahead. But this respite is short-lived—the tumultuous weather has already caught up with him. And so, he chooses to turn around and face it. As the storm rages, he is engulfed in its darkness. Will he be able to find his way back to the light?
Director Bio and Statement
Originally from Belgium, Max Vannienschoot graduated from Supinfocom, in digital production, in 2007. After nine years spent working for various animation studios, he embarked on a new career path, writing his first short film: Oskar. His personal experiences are the basis for his creative process and have led him to take an interest in the many facets of human nature. He is also passionate about analog photography, painting, and drawing, but through animation he has found the ideal medium for expressing his thoughts.
Directed by Matthew Sanders
Narrative | 22 minutes | United States | 2021 | English
Two photographers and a cinematographer head out on a trip around Oregon chasing the “magic hour” that comes just after sunrise and before sunset, when daylight is redder and softer than when the sun is higher in the sky and often yielding the best photos. No stylists, no motorhome, no producers - just the guys and a loose plan to find adventure.
About the Director
Matthew Sanders is an accomplished cinematographer and producer of Lines, the Motorcycle vs. Car Drift Battle Series, and various campaigns in the powersport industry which have received hundreds of millions of views and won several international awards. Matthew's films Trail Master and The One Moto Show 2018 "Official" Film screened at TMFF 2017 and 2018 respectively.
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