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Toronto Motorcycle Film Festival announces selections

The Toronto Motorcycle Film has announced its movie selections for 2017.

Running September 29-30 at the Revue Cinema, showing motorcycle films from around the world, the Toronto Motorcycle Film Festival features movies with fictional plots as well as as factual documentaries.

This year’s titles include Jory Lyon’s A.K.A Brokentooth – Canada’s Ice Road Biker; Roberto Serrini’s The American Wall of Death; Jesse James Miller’s Chasing Evel: The Robbie Knievel Story; Simon Lee’s Dream Racer; Abel Gonzalez’s The Freedom Machine; Ugo Roffi’s Giovanni Burlando’s Vision; Nick Nummerdor’s Hill Climb; Radek Marko’s Howl Seat; Michelle Bauer Carpenter’s Klocked: Women With Horsepower; Tom Long’s The Little Person Inside; Ned Thanhouser’s The Monker And Her Driver; Dmitry Khazhinov’s The Road is Calling And I Must Go; Henrik Hansen’s Shinya Kimura – Chabott Engineering; Gusmano Cesaretti’s Take None Give None; Matthew Sanders’ Trail Master; Jay Cagney’s Virginia’s Harley: A Girl’s Bike.

You can find a summary of the films at the festival’s website. See the festival’s official press release below .

Press release

TORONTO MOTORCYCLE FILM FESTIVAL ANNOUNCES OFFICIAL SELECTION FILMS

TORONTO – The Toronto Motorcycle Film Festival today announces the Official Selection of films that will be screened at this year’s Festival.

Jory Lyon’s A.K.A BROKENTOOTH – CANADA’S ICE ROAD BIKER; Roberto Serrini’s THE AMERICAN WALL OF DEATH; Jesse James Miller’s CHASING EVEL: THE ROBBIE KNIEVEL STORY; Simon Lee’s DREAM RACER; Abel Gonzalez’s THE FREEDOM MACHINE; Ugo Roffi’s GIOVANNI BURLANDO’S VISION; Nick Nummerdor’s HILL CLIMB; Radek Marko’s HOWL SEAT; Michelle Bauer Carpenter’s KLOCKED: WOMEN WITH HORSEPOWER; Tom Long’s THE LITTLE PERSON INSIDE; Ned Thanhouser’s THE MONKEY AND HER DRIVER; Dmitry Khazhinov’s THE ROAD IS CALLING AND I MUST GO; Henrik Hansen’s SHINYA KIMURA – CHABOTT ENGINEERING; Gusmano Cesaretti’s TAKE NONE GIVE NONE; Matthew Sanders’ TRAIL MASTER; Jay Cagney’s VIRGINIA’S HARLEY: A GIRL’S BIKE.

Detailed film and ticket information can be found at the Festival’s website torontomotofilmfest.com

A panel of judges will select winners for Best Canadian Film, Best Short Film and Best Feature Film Awards. In addition, the Festival audience will vote for their favourite film which will receive the People’s Choice Award. The Awards Presentation will be held on October 1.

Immediately following the awards presentation, a TMFF Talks Q&A panel session will be held comprising of attending filmmakers and members of the Judging Panel.

The Toronto Motorcycle Film Festival will take place September 28 – October 1, 2017 at the Revue Cinema. The Festival combines a passion for motorcycles and storytelling and screens current films curated from around the world that feature motorcycles and motorcycle culture. The Festival is the only motorcycle themed film festival in all of Canada.

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