Submitted by Levente Klára
“In the summer of 2011, a few film students and bike lovers decided to make a documentary movie. The original idea came from Levi, a Hungarian film student, who went to Madrid for 5 months to study, and after finishing school there, he decided to go back to Budapest on his fixie bike and asked the people of Europe to join him on his way. The journey started in July, at the European Cycle Messenger Championship, Madrid and ended at the gates of Sziget Festival, Budapest in August. Friends from film schools of Budapest, Madrid and London joined the trip to make a road-movie about the challenges and most of all the fun that Levi and the other riders had on the way to Budapest.”
After a long post-productional process, the movie is finally here from April, with a longer, exclusive cinema version and a 15 minutes short version for the internet.
The CMH crew is lucky enough to announce: not only the amazing sights and places are going to be the main feature of the movie, but the music of the world-famous Italian producer, Dusty Kid!
music in the trailer:
Dusty Kid – America (Boxer)
Dusty Kid – Cheyenne (Boxer)