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Monday, February 25, 2013

kunye


kunye from Sinamatella Productions on Vimeo.
Was it a dream? Was it a folk-tale? Did these protagonists come here to fight on old battlegrounds or did they come in celebration? Perhaps they just looking for a journey, a chance to travel back to the start, to rediscover their love for the bike.

Inspired by TS Eliot’s Little Gidding, this short film tells the story of the 2012 Single Speed World Champs held in Africa for the first time.

http://www.sinamatella.com/makingfilm/kunye/

Director: James Walsh
Editor: Katherine Millar
Cinematography: Dale Hunt, James Walsh
Sound Mixer: Gareth Wharton
Voice Over: Gareth Murphy
Aerial Footage: Steve Bolt
Onboard Bike Cam: Cammou Dave
Archive Photos: KZN Wildlife Ezemvelo
Producer: James Walsh

Thank You:

Amy and Burry, for being the first Africans to win the title.
Grant and Co. for making it happen.
Burry, for reminding us to chase our passions and love what we do. Hamba gahle.

Film Festival & any media inquiries: kunye@sinamatella.com

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