Santa Cruz Moto Film Festival
Winners Announced Below
Open to Submission
Rev Sisters presents the Santa Cruz Moto Film Festival. Showcasing films for motorcycle lovers who share a passion for all things two-wheeled.
Our festival will provide a broad platform to independent filmmakers who highlight all the various aspects of moto life: machines, adventure, travel, track experiences, dirt riding, moto culture and more.
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic SCMFF live event has been cancelled for 2020. Judging will go on to recognize the hard work and passion put into each film.
- Best Feature Film
- Best Short Film
- Judges Choice
Judges will be onsite making their selections during the event.
All the answers to your biggest questions.
Brought to you by the event sponsors.
Over three hours of film time with motorcycles as the focus.
Virtual results to be shared
Click links to learn more about the judges.
Founder of First Rides that creates a safe space for introducing kids to riding. This nonprofit provides the bikes, location, and instructors.
He is the artchitect behind the premiere motorcycle sharing community. Twisted Road matches motorcycle riders with motorcycles throughout the United States.
The one that hatched the zany idea to complete a women-led relay around the world. Women Riders World Relay is uniting riders one mile at a time.
Emma Booton, Jim Stark and Thomas “Bagel” Donahue from Re-Cycle Garage Santa Cruz and The Motorcycles and Misfits Podcast. Check out their high jinks.
Curates motorcycle adbentures to last a lifetime. If you are looking for a getaway, be sure to look into Breaking Away Trips.
An author that details his eight years and 200,000 miles of adventure motorcycling around the world in four fantastic books.
When not running The Dude Schack, a motorcycle repair shop, he is organizing group trips to moto events.
Of course we assisted in the voting. We cannot be more thankful for all of the assistance from our panel of judges!
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Best Feature (Tie)
Best Feature (Tie)
Re-Cycle Santa Cruz
Motorcycle & Misfits Podcast
DNA’s Comedy Lab
and experimental theatre