OUT OF NOTHING
From the Pacific Northwest to Utah’s Bonneville Salt Flats, this is the inspiring true story of four tenacious men who risk everything to conquer the records of motorcycle land speed racing.
Brothers Mark & Carl Bjorklund team up with friends Jason Omer and Bill Woods to overcome nearly impossible odds. They must work together as they battle mounting obstacles such as financial hardship, family issues, anxiety disorder, in-team conflict, severe weather, and hundreds of other racers… all while attempting to set records at breakneck speeds on homemade machines.
With each of the four men entering their own bike into the competition, they quickly discover that leaning on each other for help and resources just may be the most powerful tool of all. Showcasing valuable messages that apply to anyone who’s ever had a dream, their extraordinary journey will remind you how perseverance against all odds can send the most unlikely men roaring into glory.
CATEGORY Best of Festival
RUN TIME 90 min
COMPANY P-51 Pictures
PHONE (360) 566-2853
PRODUCER: Ryan Stiles
PRODUCER: Andrew Lahmann
DIRECTOR/EXECUTIVE PRODUCER: Chad DeRosa
EXECUTIVE PRODUCER: Logan Barnett
EXECUTIVE PRODUCER: Mark Bjorklund
ASSOCIATE PRODUCER: Colin Dalvit
ASSOCIATE PRODUCER: Jordan Donovan
EDITOR: Anna Sweeney
PRODUCTION COORDINATOR: Talisa Cook
SOUND SUPERVISOR: James Bretz
ORIGINAL SCORE: Global Fusion Soundtrack
MUSICIAN SUPERVISOR: Jon Bash
STUDIO ENGINEER: Dave Brown
PRODUCTION ASSISTANT: Jake Lint
PRODUCTION ASSISTANT: Mackenzie Stiles
GRAPHIC DESIGN: Ryan Scott
GRAPHIC DESIGN: Kirsten Lahmann
LEGAL: Brian Lewis
ACCOUNTANT: Deborah Loober
CAST: Mark Bjorklund
CAST: Carl Bjorklund
CAST: Jason Omer
CAST: Bill Woods
Jeff Feuerzeig is an award-winning director whose feature film The Devil and Daniel Johnston won the U.S. Documentary Directing Award at the 2005 Sundance Film Festival. The film is a portrait of a schizophrenic musician who overcame his private demons to develop an avid international following. Feuerzeig also directed The Real Rocky for ESPN Films’ acclaimed 30 for 30 Series, which views the Chuck Wepner story through the documentary lens.