The film tells the story of the Schneeberger family a.k.a The 9 Wheels. Mountain bike stars of the future, Emric (10) and Raoul (13) are home schooled by their parents Toni and Laetitia.
They live in their motorhome going from bike park to bike park across Europe, a decision prompted by the discovery of a neurodegenerative disease in Laetitia.
This film explores what it is like to live with a disability, brotherly love, the devotion of parents and ultimately, what it is like to live life one day at a time.
A family living life to the fullest. This film is packed with emotion, soul, hope and high power riding scenes!
Santiago was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina and moved to London, aged 21, to pursue a career in filmmaking. Not long after film school, he started directing.
His projects have taken him around the globe, to over 30 countries, meeting the widest variety of people. He’s made films for the likes of the BBC, Channel 4 and VICE, as well as big brands such as Coca Cola, Sony, Red Bull and Adidas.
He is fluent in all aspects of production and has worked on a variety of content ranging from commercials, documentaries, music videos and shorts. His films have been screened in festivals all over the world, including Cannes, London Film Festival, Marseille and many more.
Santiago is also a Director of Photography, proving his love for aesthetic. His works mingles reality with beauty, and has an air of contemporary freshness. Whether it’s working with real people or actors, Santiago has an eye for authentic film-making that gets to the very core of a story. His work is bold, current and adventurous.