“Wadjda” by Saudi Arabia’s first female director, Haifaa Al Mansour, and filmed completely in Saudi Arabia, is a movie about a 10 year old girl’s desire to ride a bike in a society that strongly discourages it.
Kristen Tieche is a genuine bike person and a friend, and she’s legit as a film producer. I supported her psycho-thriller “Spinster”; I hope you will too.
Kristin describes “The Spinster” as a psychological thriller that follows a cycle vixen in search of true love into the dark, shadowy depths of romance. Does the protagonist’s “Maneater” t-shirt foreshadow something something a little more literal?
Go ahead already and pledge a few dollars to complete her film. It’ll be good, I promise!
“The Cyclist” shows off Utah’s landscape by wrapping amateur road cycling races in the Utah Criterium Series around a thin plot. Nash the slacker just wants to drink and sleep as he couch surfs through life, but he reluctantly goes along for the ride as friends push him into training and racing.
Paagan is a buddy film comedy about a boy, his bicycle, and his numerous get rich quick schemes. Like all South Indian “Kollywood” films, there’s music and dancing girls, too.
Happy Friday. I hope you enjoy this video from the movie “Americathon.” It’s a comedic depiction of an America that somehow functions in spite of national bankruptcy and a lack of oil.
Actress Ashley Greene walks her bike on the set of “Americana.”