Directed by Alex Harron
Documentary | 30 minutes | U.K. | 2018 | English | SPECIAL SCREENING
Jodie first rode a motorcycle at the age of five, a gift from her father, Garfield. At 25 she is one of the most competitive riders in the UK, setting track records all over Britain but her dream is to be the first woman to win a British CB500 championship. But the road to reaching the top is paved with difficulties, if it wasn't for her dad's unwavering support.
About the Director
Alex Harron is a Scottish based documentary filmmaker with a background in sports and visual documentaries. His previous short films “Wrestling is like ballet with violence” and “Not Set Door Price” were screened on BBC 2 and BBC respectively as well as several film festivals including the Edinburgh short film festival, Berlin British Shorts Film Festival and Toronto Indie doc fest. His latest “The Racer” Funded by Creative Scotland premiered at The Edinburgh International Film Festival.
Jodie Chalk, Garfield Chalk
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