69 Jonson Street
Byron Bay NSW 2481
This event was previously scheduled for Friday 4th March but was postponed due to the extreme flooding situation across the Northern Rivers at the time.
All tickets issued for 4th March have been transferred to 26th May and ticket holders advised.
Mojave Productions, Monster Children Films & Garage Entertainment present
The Desert Said Dance
Live Q&A and Screening with Director & Producers – Hosted by Robbie Warden of The Good Ride Club.
Anyone can enter the Baja 1000, but not everyone finishes it.
Some aren’t tough enough. Some don’t have bikes that are tough enough. And some make mistakes that take them out of the race. Sometimes, tragically, forever. This is a place where dreams go to die. Grand visions and hopes, materialized, but rarely sustained. The desert has this mysterious allure, there is freedom, solitude, and opportunity. The desert is the unforgiving canvas of life, and this is a story about the art of racing with it and against it.
Its competitors are connected to the desert, to their motorcycles, and to each other. A trio of man, nature and machine. Through this they find purpose. Flirting with death, a 1000 mile dance in search of victory. Some cross the finish line, others prevail, but not all make it home. This is a celebration of tenacity, and humankind’s unique ability to paint the world as we see it. For over 50 years, this one-of-a-kind event has been a magnet to those brave and foolish enough to face one of the most challenging race courses in the world.
“If there’s one moto movie you watch this year, make it this one.”
“This film made me want to travel, chasing my dreams.”
Taylor Steele – Award-winning surf film director and producer
Forrest Minchinton, Colton Udall, Derek Ausserbauer & Nic Garvin
Mojave Productions in association with Monster Children Films
Harrison Mark, Forrest Minchinton & Jamil Hassan