SUBMIT YOUR FILM

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By submitting your film, we promise to watch it fully and give it a fair chance for inclusion in the festival. If your film is selected for screening at The Motorcycle Channel® Film Festival here’s what you can expect from us:

  • Your film, TV show or documentary will be seen on The Motorcycle Channel® on our segnment Film Festival Friday where our viewing audience will vote on their favorite Film, TV show  or documentary. You will be seen immedaitely on The Motorcycle Channel® 

  • An extremely welcoming and appreciative New York audience that is passionate about the motorcycle Community.

  • Screening of your film in a theatre with high-quality video and audio. More information on the venue can be found online at our website TheMotorcycleChannelfilmfestival.com

  • Extensive promotion of your film, and you as the filmmaker, via our website and on all of our social media channels including Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and YouTube channel.

  • A landing page for your film on our website with a synopsis, still frame, trailer if available, credits and filmmaker bios. See below as an example.

  • We will undertake a PR marketing campaign to garner press coverage of our festival and your film.

  • If you’re in New York during the festival, there will be an opportunity to participate in Q&A and meet and greet sessions with the audience, attend festival parties and TMCFF Talks Q&A panel.

  • For attending filmmakers, we will develop a mini press kit and host a media reception event to allow you to connect with members of the press for broader exposure.

  • We will treat you like a member of our extended family; with care and respect.

 

        How to Submit

       All submissions must be done through our screening partner at FilmFreeway.

Films Shown at The Motorcycle Film Festival 

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THE BUILD

Directors:  Truen Pence

Producer:  Davis Priestley

Genre:  Documentry

 

The Build is an interactive film exploring the world of custom motorcycle making through the stories of three independent builders in Portland, OR.

A labor of love has been released into the wild. As some of you might’ve noticed, motorcycles have been an apparent theme at the Outpost recently, from The One Moto Kickstarter to the DCB750. Our digital craft project, titled The Build, is an interactive film documentary about three independent bike builders Thor Drake, Casey Him and James Crowe.

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VINCENT BLACK LIGHTNING

DIRECTOR: Cat Bruce
ANIMATOR: Cat Bruce
WRITER: Richard Thompson

 

We follow the heartwarming yet tragic love story of Red Molly and James, in this short animated film. A film about love, motorbikes, and a redheaded girl.