She’s Alright For a Girl
This film won the Through the Lens competition at the Queenstown Bike Festival, there’s plenty of people riding out there at the moment and that clearly includes more women than many thought. Here’s a bit about the competition and the winning film, enjoy!
Through the Lens
After 3 sell out years, Through the Lens returns as a showcase of the creativity and talent found here in our world-class mountain bike scene. From bike park rats to jump cats and lycra wearing pedal fiends, Through the Lens is back as the ultimate showcase of mountain biking from the perspective of those at its core. Entrants will again be asked to deliver a short film as per the brief with screening of the event to be held at The Find on March 17th.
Winning entry by Johanna Lundgren and Lucie Vodrazkova, She’s Alright For a Girl 1st Place 2015
Music: Katzenjammer – Hey Ho on the Devils Back
Awolnation – Sail
Foo Fighters – My Hero
1 idea, 2 enthusiastic first time directors, 9 awesome local girl riders, 2 unemployed photographers who just got to town, a lifelong Queenstown local, an Argentinian cowboy and lots and lots of hours on the surrounding trails! I wanted to make a girls edit for Through The Lens as they are quite rare but with the amount of girls riding in Queenstown I felt that it was time to show us off! Lucie was not hard to convince and soon we had put a wicked team together! It’s cheeky, it’s fun, strawberries mixed with awesome riding and a great bunch of girls doing what they love!
Director/Producer: Johanna Lundgren Lucie Vodrazkova
Filming/Editing: Havard Brennhovd Tom Martin Matt Grant
Riders: Lucie Vodrazkova, Amy Freedman Davies. Ronnie Baker, Kathy Morris, Katy Curd, Natalie Jakobs, Mandy Horan, Nikki Cameron, Petra Doulice, David Perez Nanni, Matt Grant
Dirt Town Queens mega train!