4-Cylinder 400 is a short documentary about a barnyard car race in a rural village in upstate New York. Co-directed by John Finn, Harlo Bray and Garret Savage, the film was originally released in 2004 and has been featured on IFC TV Channel, shown in several film festivals around the world, and received critical acclaim from the press.  The 23-minute documentary takes place in the small town of Bovina, New York, where residents gather on a family farm for the 5th annual car race in which there are only three rules: no car could cost more than $300, each car must have a 4-cylinder engine, and hitting another racer’s driver-side door is prohibited. The film captures the mayhem and the glory of the close-knit community event.
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- "4-CYLINDER 400". Film Threat. Retrieved 2018-08-19.
- Stanton, Marianne R. (June 17, 2004). "The Inquirer and Mirror: NFF accountant explores car crash culture in debut short" (PDF). Nantucket Inquirer & Mirror. Archived from the original (PDF) on 2017-03-08.
... a film that will appeal to those who appreciate the rituals and small-town events that connect community and define it.
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