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Congratulations to the winners of The Motorcycle Channel Film Festivals. We applaud all of you that enter this festival and appreciate your patience. o Unfortunately we have three of our members down with Covid at the same time, so due to safety precautions we are canceling our In person Film Festival. We may try to do it later in the year, but at this point, we are just trying to get healthy and keep everyone safe. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause, but mother nature has ran her course. Winners will be sent their laurel leaves and Winners certificate via email - Sincerely' Z-Man The Motorcycle Channel 

The Motorcycle Channel Film Festival Award Winners

Best Director - Morgan Betz

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DB-Industries All Day Every Day
Viewers Choice Award Code # TMC1004 -

DIRECTOR: Morgan Betz,
Producer  Red Pup Films


Viewers Choice Award Code # TMC1004 - DB-Industries All Day Every Day All Day Every Day is a story of four Enduro riders, coming together once a year to share their love of riding and overlanding, set against the backdrop of breathtaking Swing Arm City, Utah. Getting away from it all is just the beginning. Directed by Morgan Betz, Red Pup Films

- Best Cinematography - Earned

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Director - Roberto Serrini

Genre:  Documentary

Viewers Choice Award Code # TMC1007 - Earned - The Story of Keith Hale’s Ducati 750ss Keith Hale had no idea at 20 years old that when he scraped together enough money to buy a Ducati 750ss he was buying what would later be known as the most rare and beautiful bike ever built. He had no idea as he raced it and rode it across America or when he used it every day to commute to his job as a schoolteacher. He had no idea that the bike he took perfect care of his entire life would give him the rest of his life to live out and save him from a life of giving unreciprocated as an educator. This is a simple story of a man, a thing, and learning what it is to earn a valuable life.

 Best Performance - Chasing Light 

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Chasing Light
Viewers Choice Award Code # TMC1015

DIRECTOR: Director Matthew Sanders


Viewers Choice Award Code # TMC1015 - Chasing Light Follow a photographer, filmmaker and a hero rider as they make their way around the Pacific Northwest on a photographic motorcycle adventure. Director Matthew Sanders

 Viewers Choice - Propaganda 

 Best Short Film Of The Festival -  Propaganda 

Best International Feature - Propaganda

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Viewers Choice Award Code # TMC1009

Directed by J.P. Veillet

Viewers Choice Award Code # TMC1009 - Propaganda A motorcycle film that explores the mental and physical strains that individuals face when pushing the boundaries of physics and motorcycle riding. The film address’ everything from the propaganda that athletes tell themselves in order to throw themselves in harm’s way, to the highs and lows that come as a result of their progression. The subjects in this film regularly push themselves beyond and far outside their comfort zone, knowing full well one wrong move could be the end. All because they get bored of the norm. Directed by J.P. Veillet

Discovery Award - 80-200

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80-200 The James Hammond Story
iewers Choice Award Code # TMC1017 - 80-200 The James Hammond Story

DIRECTOR: Aron Campisano

Genre:  Documentary

Viewers Choice Award Code # TMC1017 - 80-200 The James Hammond Story 80-200 is the story of 80-year-old motorcycle racer James Hammond as he attempts a world record at the Bonneville Salt Flats. Aron is a perpetually irrelevant middle-aged white guy from Northern California. He attended the prestigious NYU film school decades ago with several now-famous film directors that don't remember him. Mr. Campisano makes Independent films because he does not value free time, disposable income, or healthy relationships. He resides in Venice Beach with a dog that has a robot leg. Directed by Aron Campisano

Best EXPERIMENTAL - Freedom and Exploration

Freedom and Exploration
Viewers Choice Award Code # TMC1018 - Freedom and Exploration

DIRECTOR: Anthony Joh

Viewers Choice Award Code # TMC1018 - Freedom and Exploration Since COVID is limiting international travel, I decided to buy a motorcycle and explore the open roads of my own country. After living abroad for the past decade I returned to my home country of Canada. Since international travel is still restricted I bought a motorcycle and set out to explore the open roads of my own country. Director Anthony Joh

Best Documentary Feature - Angie: Tales of Determination

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Angie: Tales Of Determination
Viewers Choice Award Code #TMC10018 - Angie: Tales Of Determination

DIRECTOR: Christopher Darton

Viewers Choice Award Code #TMC10018 - Angie: Tales Of Determination Angie: Tales of Determination’ follows the life of Angie Sandow; born with multiple congenital birth defects, the most noticeable being her right arm and hand; she overcame adversity and as a result of the word “can’t” not being in her vocabulary, has accomplished a variety of things including playing lead guitar in her AC/DC Tribute band Bare Rump. Not one to hide her limb difference, Angie now is the lead singer in her classic rock band Lefty and the Goons. After being diagnosed with breast cancer and completing all treatment, Angie decided to live out her dream to start riding her own motorcycles. Angie is a force. Overcoming everything that stands in her way and exuding a personality and propensity to help others by sharing her story. Embraced by the motorcycle community, riding changed Angie’s life introducing her to a whole “new family,” one who accepted her based solely on who she is. Director Christopher Darton

Best Foreign Short Film- Best Man Corner

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Best Man Corner
Viewers Choice Award Code # TMC1012 - Best Man Corner

DIRECTOR: Jaremey McMullin


Viewers Choice Award Code # TMC1012 - Best Man Corner Over 175,000 motorcycle taxi drivers operate across Liberia. Most of them are either former child soldiers or conflict-affected youth who lost out on economic and educational opportunities because of the war. Best Man Corner profiles the young riders of one of Monrovia’s motorcycle taxi ranks, exploring how the ‘motorbike hustle’ is a means of survival but also a form of building peace. Directed by Jaremey McMullin


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Chasing 200
Viewers Choice Award Code # TMC1011 - Chasing 200

DIRECTOR: Alexandra Lier


Viewers Choice Award Code # TMC1011 - Chasing 200 Jalika and Alp are a African-American supermodel and a nerd. Both decide to become a motorcycle team and set a previously impossible record with classic Triumph motorcycles and nitro power. A short documentary about love, freedom, passion, teamwork and girls power. Director Alexandra Lier

Best Foriegn EXPERIMENTAL -The Diaries of The Young Don

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The Diaries of the Young Don
Viewers Choice Award Code # TMC1002 - The Diaries of the Young Don

DIRECTOR: Walter Schmuck


Viewers Choice Award Code # TMC1002 - The Diaries of the Young Don Describes in a poetic way the journey of a young man to his parenthood. A murder case 30 years ago makes the young Don go on a journey to the place where it happened: Cusco, Peru. Driven by curiosity and the lust for adventure, in search of feelings that go beyond the certainties of a Central European life, Don gets himself a motorcycle, which he henceforth calls Rocinante. With this loyal, but stubborn "mount" he tries to make his way through the Andes, which is not only stony, but also full of dangers. He is accompanied by his wife's voice and the urge to be with her and his unborn daugther someday. The film was created from original documents and true feelings recorded on a journey through Peru. Director Walter Schmuck

Best Foreign  Feature- Made Like a Gun

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- Made Like a Gun Ride
Viewers Choice Award Code # TMC1023

- Made Like a Gun Ride with an ageing ex-champion motorcycle racer and his son on a Himalayan odyssey, as they attempt to conquer the world’s highest navigable roads and discover what makes the iconic brand they’re riding so revered by millions on the Indian sub-continent. This isn’t just a grueling physical and emotional journey, but the fulfillment of a fifteen-year promise made by a father to his son. Director - Shane McLachlan

Best Music Video- Perspective

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Perspective' is a low down 70’s style Bike-sploitation romance that unravels with tenderness borrowed from late 80’s television show 'The Wonder Years'. Deep fried sun stained harmonica tones resonate over a chilled out classic D-beat, the bass pumps and the guitars have a thick raucous crunch. Moone’s lyrics are driven with enough grit to grind a diamond, and they feel like "tough love" suggestions you’d receive from a close friend. Director - Mickey Moone

Best TV SCRIPT - BOZ: Bikers of Oz

BOZ: Bikers of Oz
TV Script

After a twister rips a biker bar from its foundation, two rival biker gangs crash land in the mythical land of L. Frank Baum’s tales. Thinking they know the story, the two foes quickly unite, but encounter forces that they don’t know as well as they thought. In this Adult Swim style animated show, think of Sons of Anarchy surviving the twisted land of Oz. May also be live action.

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