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  1. Bryan H. Carroll Captures the Heart of the Motorcycle Community (LOS ANGELES, CA) Walking West Entertainment and Gnarlynow Entertainment have completed principal photography on Why We Ride, the first feature documentary of its kind in years to explore all aspects of the motorcycling community and its riders. Project helmer and Gnarlynow founder, Bryan H. Carroll, (Public Enemies, Miami Vice, Collateral) is producing and directing along with Walking West's James Walker (Brake) as producer. Ed Kretz Jr., (AMA Hall of Fame Racer), is on board as a technical consultant. "Why We R
  2. All, I'll be brief, i'm essentially looking for a film making graduate that might be interested in making a short film documentary about a motorcycle build. I belong to a partnership of 5 motorcycle enthusiasts in Camden Town that share a workshop and reinvent vintage motorcycles. The aim of this next project is to take a Triumph Bonneville from 2008, strip it down and reinvent it... this time as a classic motorcycle. That is to say, a motorcycle with character. The workshop is located underground underneath an old artist's studio. The two people building the bike will consist of myse
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