MY MOM’S MOTORCYCLE 2015
This is a short film about how my mom became the owner of a motorcycle for the My Rode Reel competition. More deeply it is about how people use objects to connect with times, ideas, and people.
CATEGORY Short Narrative
RUN TIME 6:18
PHONE (859) 630-4116
DIRECTOR: Douglas Gautrad
DIRECTOR OF PHOTOGRAPHY: Douglad Gautraud
CAMERA OPERATOR: Douglas Gautrad
CAMERA OPERATOR: Patrick Gautraud
CAMERA OPERATOR: Carly Gautraud
CAMERA OPERATOR: Joel Gautraud
WRITER: Douglas Gautraud
WRITING CONSULTANT: Edward Landis
VOICE OVER PRODUCER: Sam Taylor
Douglas Gautrad is passionate about good video. He is one of ten children; two girls and eight boys. He and his brothers spent most of their childhoods caught in the world of great cinema such as Indiana Jones and Back to The Future. He and his brothers gleaned as much as they could from the movies they were watching; which included lots of Alfred Hitchcock. They used what they learned to start making movies as kids. They ended up winning a national competition when he was eleven and it earned them a trip to Lego Land. This passion has stuck with him and at twenty-two years old it led him to win another national competition with a clothing company called Jack Wills. After winning this competition he decided to produce videos full time.