Filmmaker Dana Brown (Dust to Glory, Step Into Liquid) gives viewers a visually breathtaking and insightful look at the world of motorcycle riding. Dana’s father Bruce Brown directed On Any Sunday back in 1971 with Steve McQueen at front and center. With On Any Sunday: The Next Chapter, Dana Brown continues his father’s narrative and explores a community that’s deeply passionate about the world of motorcycles.
MotoGP riders Dani Pedrosa and Marc Márquez along with motorbike stunt rider Robbie Maddison, are among the people who take part in the ambitious, 95-minute feature, which was shot all around the world (Spain, Africa, Austria, and Vietnam are just a few of the locales). Armed with RED and 4K cameras, along with various state of the art equipment, Brown and his crew have created a project that should be enjoyed with a wide audience.
“We’re so fortunate that on November 7, we’ll be in 250 theaters,” said Brown. “But we did make it for the big screen. We made it as kind of a statement like ‘here’s something real that is just as enjoyable to watch as the latest action (or) comic book film – but it’s real. So we shot it in 4K, we have the Dolby Atmos mix, and did all these big Hollywood things. You can watch it on your phone, but hopefully you’ll go into the theater and watch it because I don’t think you’ll be disappointed.”
In the audio clip below, Dana Brown talks about the importance of capturing the human elements of motorcycle riding for On Any Sunday: The Next Chapter:
For more info on On Any Sunday, The Next Chapter, check out the film’s official website: onanysundayfilm.com