September 3, 2010
The Gala Premiere of “Find”, the new film from Reset Films, the creative driving force behind “Home”, “Dirt School” and “Downhill Racer Guide” takes place next Tuesday night (7th September) in Glasgow at the Glasgow Film Theatre at 8.15pm.
Tickets are still available from the Box Office on 0141 332 6535 or on line from www.gft.org.uk. However, the cinema are expecting the screening to sell out and are advising anyone wanting to go to book their tickets in advance.
The screening will be a double bill presentation with “Home” which introduced the world to the riding talents of Danny MacAskill and Ruaraidh Cunningham as well as a host of other home grown talent.
Shot entirely on location, the film takes you from the far north of Scotland, in the likes of Torridon and Skye, to the Basque country and beyond. Find is a journey of discovery with some of the world’s most passionate riders in some of the finest locations. It takes you through the highs and lows of physical endeavour against a vast backdrop of stunning locations. Featuring Rowan Sorrel, Steve Peat, Hans Rey and Danny MacAskill.
The film will be followed by an after premiere party at Lucky 7 Canteen, 166 Bath Street, Glasgow www.lucky7canteen.co.uk
Copies of Home and Find will be available to buy on the night. Keep an eye on www.resetfilms.co.uk for updates and information on how to buy the films.
On a different note and in an exclusive for Singletrackworld, plans are well advanced for a UK cinema tour of Lifecycles, the new film from ace Bike magazine photographer Derek Frankowski and top film making talent, Ryan Gibb. Lifecycles is arguably the most anticipated mountain bike film yet. Shot over the last three years, the film makers intention was to create something that would redefine what our expectations of what a mountain bike film is and judging by both the trailer and the rough cut preview screening in Whistler last month when a who’s who of the mountain bike industry gave the film a standing ovation, the film is more than living up to the expectations surrounding it. Think The Collective meets National Geographic. Tour dates will be announced later in September with the screening being limited only to independent cinemas which can show Blu Ray and which have THX standard sound systems.
Find out more about the film at www.lifecyclesfilm.com
Keep an eye on Singletrackworld for the dates being announced. You’ll get to hear about it first here…