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Pinch-Point Documentary Film: Motorists & Cyclists in Cambridge

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Published on May 12, 2013

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A documentary film by Bradley Stearn about motorists and cyclists in Cambridge.

Film festivals -
Official Selection - South Texas Underground Film Festival 2013
Official Selection - 15 Short Film Festival - Winterfest 2014
Official Selection - International Streaming Festival 2013
Official Selection - interPLAY Film Festival 2013


Credits -

Directed, Filmed and Edited by Bradley Stearn

Interviewees -
Dr Michael Cahn - Co-ordinator Cambridge Cycing Campaign
Anne M Garvey
Lee Tomkies
Aaron Blowers - Project Officer (Cycling) Cambridgeshire County Council

Original soundtrack by Michell Bragança - https://twitter.com/MichellBraganca

Project Tutor - Chris Childs (Long Road Sixth Form College)

Thanks to -
Cambridge News: http://www.cambridge-news.co.uk/Cambr...
Richard Taylor
Roger Bowen driving instructor
Cambridge 105

Subtitles -
English captions by Bradley Stearn
Spanish translations by Linda Toledo - toledoli@hotmail.com

For behind the scenes photos like the official Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/PinchPointFilm

Equipment used for this documentary -
Canon 600D / T3i DSLR
Canon EF 50mm f/1.8 II for interviews
Canon EF-S EF-S 18-135mm f/3.5-5.6 for b-roll
GoPro HD Hero
Tascam DR-07 II portable audio recorder
Sony Vegas Movie Studio 9.0

I started pre-production on this film before BBC announced the release date of their documentary film 'War on Britain's Roads'. Obviously BBC beat me to it and finished their film first. Personally I didn't like the BBCs film, it just caused more controversy on the topic.

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