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|Synopsis||Filmmaker Liz CANNING witnesses a global movement of people replacing cars with cargo bikes: long-frame bicycles designed for carrying passengers and heavy loads. As she meets cargo bike inventors, riders, and advocates all over the world, she discovers the history and potential future of the bicycle as the “ultimate social revolutionizer.” When characters in the film encounter cultural resistance—in particular, bikelash focused on women and mothers— Motherload draws connections to the struggle of cyclist Suﬀragettes and women's seemingly endless fight for bodily autonomy.
Liz CANNING 리즈 캐닝She worked at San Francisco’s Artists' Television Access and Film Arts Foundation while creating video installations. Since 2000, she has worked as a professional filmmaker focusing on editing and animation for documentaries.