With their Santa Cruz event completed, the Rev Sisters move on to their next project: The Black Hills Moto Film Festival.
This year, the Black Hills Moto Film Festival is slated to run online, August 13-15. Bummer, because in-person festivals are rad, but COVID-19 is still having an effect on events like this, and besides, an online festival means more people can tune in!
It gets better when you find out that the festival’s organizers are once again able to offer a free viewing pass for the festival. Thanks to help from sponsors, the Rev Sisters will once again have free viewing enabled August 13-15. If festival fans want extended viewing so they can watch all the event’s films, they can pay $10 for an extended viewing pass (which is a pretty decent deal in itself).
What’s on the menu?
This year’s Black Hills Moto Film Festival will once again feature a wide sampling of motorcycle culture, with everything from flat tack racing to adventure travel to bike building and more. There are three categories: ultra short, short and feature. The winners for each of these categories are announced during the festival.
The organizers want to highlight novice filmmakers this year, in particular. To that end, there is no cost newbie filmmakers to submit their work in any of the festival’s categories. More details on submission guidelines and viewing passes (both the free and extended options are at the festival’s website here.
Who are the Rev Sisters?
The Rev Sisters are Shana Sanderson, Liza Miller and ADV author Michelle Lamphere. They all met while involved in the Women Riders World Relay, discovered they had ideas in common and complementary talents. Bonding over a love of motorcycling, they went on to found the Rev Sisters, promoting motorcycling through events like their annual film festival run—see more about their plans here.