A STEREOSCREEN PRODUCTION This is a short, but very intimate portrait of Alex Zanardi, the former Formula 1 driver and winner of the American Champ Car Series. Alex was already a star, when he had his almost fatal accident at the Lausitzring in Germany. He lost his legs, but not his attitude. Alex Zanardi came back and did the impossible: He won races in the World Touring Car Championship, two gold medals at the Paralympics in London 2012 and just recently added two more hand bike world titles! It was a unique experience to spend a day with a true hero at his house in Padua, talking about his life and joining him for a training session with his hand bike. His last words in our film describe him best. But see for yourself... AGENCY // STEREOSCREEN DIRECTOR // TIM HAHNE EDIT & GRADING // JULIUS JACOBY DoP // THOMAS NÖSNER MUSIC // TONY ANDERSON PRODUCER BMW // MARC THIESBUERGER PRODUCTION // STEREOSCREEN

Showreel year one

One year ago we decided to create a fixedgear crew as we wanted to share our media and passion involved on riding. Since we created bcnfixielab we haven't stop filming, shooting and sharing most of our rides and competitions. This is a little showreel from what we've been filming over our first year. Hope you like it! Riders: ·Marc Albalà ·Alex de Cortada FIlming: ·Marc Albalà ·Alex de Cortada ·@vkawsmskorpion Editing: ·Alex de Cortada Music: ·Flume-On Top feat. T.Shirt Special thanks: To our friend Vladi for filming and always being there pushing us to

Davis + Connie

This film, produced by Rapha and Ben Ingham, is about two of America’s finest and most inspiring road racers, Davis Phinney and Connie Carpenter-Phinney. For anyone who saw them race, Davis and Connie came to represent the best in American road racing, combining bold racing with uncompromising attitudes on and off the bike. Their careers saw them move from domination of domestic races to international and Olympic success. Filmed at their home in Boulder, Colorado, Davis and Connie uses interviews with both riders, along with accounts from contemporaries such as Andy Hampsten, Douglas Emerson and Coors Classic race promoter, Michael Aisner. Through archive footage, it also documents their journey to the 1984 Los Angeles Olympics, and deals with Davis’s subsequent experiences of living with Parkinson’s disease. Following Davis’s diagnosis, in 1999, these two celebrated riders went on, in 2004, to establish the Davis Phinney Foundation, an organisation that informs and supports families living with the disease, and which has raised millions of dollars for cutting-edge research into treatments. With the release of these two special edition jerseys honouring Davis and Connie, Rapha will contribute a percentage of the proceeds from the jerseys to the foundation’s ongoing work.