Motorcycle Film Festival
The first annual Motorcycle Film Festival was a New York City gathering of bike enthusiasts and independent filmmakers from all over the world, all bonded by their love of motorcycle culture depicted in classic and contemporary cinema. The experience included a discrete film space, bar, lounge, art show, mobile food vendors, and rows and rows of bikes.
Festival co-founders Jack Drury and Corinna Mantlo aimed to create a home for motorcycle films from around the world—and give moto/film enthusiasts a reason to gather, discuss, and celebrate their favorite subject. The five-day film festival was held at The Gutter in Brooklyn, NY and a bike-themed art show took place across the street at Genuine Motorworks.
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