TORONTO
MOTORCYCLE
FILM FESTIVAL
Sept 28 - Oct 1
Revue Cinema

Hill Climb

Directed by Nick Nummerdor and Andrew J. Morgan

SHORT DOCUMENTARY | 11 minutes | International Premiere

Hill Climb offers a candid look into the nearly 100 year tradition of the Mt. Garfield All Pro Motorcycle Hillclimb. The film is a snapshot of the riders, their bikes, and the enthusiasts that camp out on the shores of Lake Michigan for this exciting historic event.

About the Directors

Co-Directors Nick Nummerdor and Andrew Morgan have been making videos together since they became friends in middle school. After relocating from Muskegon Michigan to Chicago Illinois, they began making a variety of films together via their company Little Cabin Films. In 2013 they released their first feature documentary "Vannin'", which played at various festivals across North America.

Director Statement

Nick and Andrew share a common interest in the lesser known aspects of Americana. Their films often explore outside the beaten path of American pop culture; populating the screen with scenes of subcultures and the people that inhabit them.

Film Info

Premiere: International

Release Year: 2017

Runtime: 11minutes

Language: English

Country: U.S.A.

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Credits

Director: Nick Nummerdor, Andrew J. Morgan

Producer: Nick Nummerdor, Andrew J. Morgan, Harley Obzut

Camera: Andrew J. Morgan, Fielden Nelson, Nick Nummerdor

Editor: Bryan Simpson

Colour: Tyler Roth

Sound: David Axelbaum at Airstream Audio w/Quinn Klarer

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