Following the huge success of our monthly film club last year, we have booked another season of free Bikeminded films. We will be returning to the snug little theatre under the Kensington Central Library for our winter programme, which includes films about a mountain, couriers and a toilet, all with bicycles as their central theme of course! We are delighted to show films from diverse places such as the US, France and Uruguay as well as two independent productions: Mont Ventoux Scala Paradisi and the recently acclaimed documentary film Bicycle by BAFTA winning director and keen cyclist Michael B. Clifford.
The first film shows on Tuesday 7th October and their will be monthly viewings thereafter. Entrance is free, but with invitation only, so make sure you get in early and book a ticket.
Venue: Lecture Theatre, Kensington Central Library – entrance on Phillimore Walk, W8 7RX London.
Doors open: 7pm
Film starts: 7.30pm
Admission is free with ticket only
Tuesday 7 October
Mont Ventoux Scala Paradisi is a poetic film about this mountain in the South of France and four symbolic quests. Book your tickets here:
Monday 3 November
Premium Rush is an action-thriller about a bike courier chased around New York by a corrupt police officer who desperately wants the envelope the courier is delivering. Book your tickets here:
Tuesday 2 December
Bicycle, a 90 minute documentary, asks the question ‘why is cycling and the bicycle back in fashion?’ The film is a humorous, lyrical and warm reflection on the bicycle and cycling and its place in the British national psyche. Book your tickets here:
Tuesday 3 February 2015
Jour de Fête ‘The Big Day’ is a largely visual comedy about a postman and his bike set up in a traditional French village. Book your tickets here:
Tuesday 3 March 2015 The Flying Scotsman is based on the true story of Scottish amateur cyclist Graeme Obree, who breaks the world one-hour distance record on his home-made bike. Book your tickets here:
Tuesday 7 April 2015 El Baño del Papa ‘The Pope’s Toilet’ tells the bitter-sweet story of the hopes and dreams of a better life of the poorer residents of Melo, sparked by the Pope’s visit to this small town in Uruguay. Book your tickets here: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/bikeminded-film-club-april-2015-tickets-12739511221
For further information about Bikeminded Film Club please contact: Marina Kroyer, RBKC, 0207 361 4259, firstname.lastname@example.org
For more information about Bikeminded: www.bikeminded.org @BikemindedRBKC