The Bikeminded Film Club is back for a third year! It is held in the unique art-decó lecture theatre at the Kensington Central Library, a cosy venue to watch cycling-themed films during the autumn and winter. Did we mention that entrance is free?
The fifth screening will be the independent film Phantom Pain, a contemporary story of physical and emotional struggle by a man who has to rebuild his life after losing his left leg in a hit-and-run accident. The protagonist comes back with an artificial limb to a life that continues to centre on his love for cycling. It is a compelling, moving film based on a true story of a Canadian cycling enthusiast.
Tuesday 29 March 2016
Phantom Pain ‘Phantomschmerz’ (Germany, 2009)
Language German with English Subtitles
Director Matthias Emcke
Venue Lecture Theatre (attached to Kensington Central Library) on Phillimore Walk
Doors open 7pm
Film begins 7.30pm
Admission Free with ticket only
Watch the trailer. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=853lTk1NI2M
To discover more about our film club and our cycling campaign visit www.bikeminded.org
So if you fancy coming down to the Bikeminded Film Club, book your free tickets on this page to avoid disappointment. See you there!