A compelling study of men, machines and the need for speed under the vast open skies of the American southwest. The four protagonists of this documentary are obsessed with motorcycles, and so is the camera, which lingers lovingly over their extraordinary bikes –in many ways the real stars of the film. Brothers Mark and Carl Bjorklund
Open Your Aperture at the 9th Byron Bay International Film Festival 6 – 15 March 2015 REGULAR ENTRY DEADLINE: 23th October 2014 | FINAL ENTRY DEADLINE: 27th November 2014 1. Be a part of Australia’s largest regional film festival with your latest work Enter your film into BBFF 2015 and you could join
After travelling the world and producing several critically acclaimed films, BAFTA award-winning filmmaker Hattie Dalton has made Byron Bay her home. In 2014 BBFF launches ‘Spotlight on Byron’ to celebrate the work of the exceptional filmmakers living right here in the region. This year this retrospective highlights the work of Hattie Dalton including One of
By Linda Wall and Amanda Blennerhassett Many previous BBFF Young Australian Filmmaker Award winners have gone on to do great things in film. Nathan Hunt, winner of the Award in 2011 with his 7-minute film The Bleed, is now based in the United States, where he is currently making his debut independent feature film, The
Matt Huffman (USA), Actor and Producer, is known for his work with director Clint Eastwood on Flags Of Our Fathers and Blood Work. Matt joins BBFF 2014 from LA for the international premiere of his film, When My Sorrow Died: The Legend of Armen Ra & The Theremin, at Opening Night at the 8th Byron Bay Film
With some tickets as low as $7 you can tailor your BBFF holiday experience to fit your budget needs. Our Accommodation Partner Nomads Byron Bay is a haven for flashpackers and backpackers. Located in the heart of town and one block from the beach. They offer dorms and deluxe private rooms.