TORONTO
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Sept 28 - Oct 1
Revue Cinema

The Monkey and Her Driver

Directed by Ned Thanhouser

SHORT DOCUMENTARY | 23 minutes | Canadian Premiere

This is the story of Portland, Oregon racers Kendra and Betty, America’s only all-women sidecar road racing team, their balky sidecar “Dixie,” and how they went from finishing in last place to winning the respect of fellow competitors, sponsors, and race fans during the 2015 SRA-West season.

About the Director

Ned is an award winning documentary filmmaker. His latest production The Thanhouser Studio and the Birth of American Cinema film won a Special Jury Award at WorldFest-Houston, won Award of Excellence from the Depth of Field Film Festival, was selected by the NYC Independent Film Festival and the Los Angles Film Review, and was broadcast on Turner Classic Movies in July 2015. Ned is an avid member of the local motorcycle community and has produced several short films about the Alley Sweeper and the Black Dog Dual Sport events.

Film Info

Premiere: Canadian Premiere

Release Year: 2016

Runtime: 23 minutes

Language: English

Country: U.S.A.

Connect: Web | Twitter

Credits

Director: Ned Thanhouser

Producer: Ned Thanhouser

Key Cast: Kendra McDonald, Elizabeth Herlocker

Music: Bitch School

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