Singletrack sponsoring Life Cycles showing

by singletrackjon 11

In case you’ve been on the moon for the last few months, you’ve probably already heard of Life Cycles, possibly the most eagerly anticipated mountain bike film there has ever been. To coincide with the launch of the film on DVD and Blu-Ray (available from www.lifecyclesfilm.com) Lifecycles has been touring independent cinemas throughout the UK, wowing sell out audiences with its stunning cinematography and world class riders doing what they do best.

Not being ones to miss out on the action, we at Singletrack are sponsoring the Leeds screening which takes place on Friday 10th December at one of Yorkshire’s finest independent cinemas, the Hyde Park Picture House. Tickets are already on sale and have been selling quickly, with another sell out being expected.

For everyone who turns up on the night, not only will they get to see Life Cycles in full High Definition glory but will also be treated to a screening of VAST, the latest European freeride film from Ionate Films courtesy of Franck at X-treme Video. Moreover, there will be a very special short film screened prior to Life Cycles. We can’t tell you what it is yet as we are sworn to secrecy but believe us when we say you’ll want to see it on the big screen.

Moreover, as it is a Singletrack screening, we’ll have a whole host of goodies to give away on the night, charity raffle style. You’ve probably read the article in the current issue about the work of mountain rescue. Given one of our numbers propensity to have need of their services (yes Dave, this means you!), we thought it would be a nice gesture to give something back via a charity raffle on the night.

The Premier Ticket compo has now closed and winner, Chris Cook, in a strange act of coincidence has asked for tickets to the Leeds showing.

Here’s a teaser of what you should expect to see on the big screen…

Stuff you need know to go if you want to go.

Where: Hyde Park Picturehouse, 73 Brudenell Road, Leeds
When: Friday 10th December
Box Office: 0113 275 2045
Website: www.hydeparkpicturehouse.co.uk

If you can’t make the Leeds date, there are a number of dates left on the tour. Of these, the Penrith one is extra special as this will be the first screening ever of HD mountain bike films in an IMAX cinema in the UK. This will comprise a double bill of Lifecyles followed by the other big film of the year, Follow Me, from Anthill Films. All the other screenings are of Lifecycles and VAST.

At several of the screenings, Red Bull will be on hand with some great promos on the night, underlining their much appreciated commitment and support to getting mountain bike films on the bike screen throughout the UK.

LONDON Tuesday 23rd November 2010 9.00pm Prince Charles Cinema, 7 Leicester Place, London 020 7494 3654 www.princecharlescinema.com

This is the second screening following the sell out screening on Thursday 18th November. If you are lucky, you may score a returned ticket if you turn up for the screening tonight.

SOUTHAMPTON Thursday 25th November 2010 Evening Show
Harbour Lights Cinema, Southampton 0871 902 5733 www.picturehouses.co.uk

PENRITH Sunday 28th November 2010 Evening show Time TBC Rheged IMAX cinema, Two minutes from J40 on the M6 01768 868000 www.rheged.com/mtb-night Double bill screening showing with FOLLOW ME.

WALES Revised date – Saturday 11th December 2010 7.45pm Nant y Arian Visitor Centre See www.summitcycles.co.uk for ticket details and information on the pre show night ride / free beer and hot dogs for every rider who comes to the show. (Please note: This date has been changed from the 20th of November in order to secure a drinks licence for the screening – now you’ll be able to enjoy the film with a cold one in your hand!)

EDINBURGH Sunday 12th December 2010 Evening show 8.15pm Filmhouse Cinema, 88 Lothian Road, Edinburgh 0131 228 2688 www.filmhousecinema.com

INVERNESS Thursday 3rd February 2011 Evening Show Time TBC Eden Court Theatre, Bishops Road, Inverness 01463 234 234 www.eden-court.co.uk

The tour has only been made possible thanks to the generosity and support of the following businesses and people within the bike trade.

Franck, Benjamin and Helena at www.x-tremevideo.com
Claire and the team at www.cyclesurgery.com for the London screening
Robbie and Ben and the team at www.redbull.co.uk

Trailer for Lifecycles, VAST and Follow Me can be found at:

www.lifecyclesfilm.com

www.ionatefilms.com

www.anthillfilms.com/followme.php

Comments (11)

  1. How do I get them to put it on in Bristol? Any ideas?

  2. I’m going tonight, woo hoo!

  3. Why is the only Wales showing in the middle of nowhere???!

  4. Bristol isn’t going to happen at present. The Odeon wanted a grand. Watershed have too much else on and Cube didn’t get back to me. Sorry but without a venue, it’s unlikely to happen. As for Wales, getting independent cinemas interested was a total ball ache. Thankfully, Joe at Summit Cycles was able to come up with a suitable venue at short notice which means folk can ride pre screening, have a hot dog and beer then chill out for the screening. Ireland was even more of a trauma. It costs over £300 just to get a certificate to screen the films. I’d love to go to Dublin again but it just costs too much to put on unfortunately.

    Hope this makes sense?

    Cheers

    Sanny

  5. Thanks very much Sanny. The cube not getting back to you – that sounds about right!

  6. Southampton, yay!

    Les Savy Fav, The Wedding Present, Atari Teenage Riot, Al Murray, Leftfield and Life Cycles in just over a week…this is living.

  7. Oh, I’m a tube – the second London screening is TUESDAY 23rd November and not Monday- what a chump!

    Wolfcastle

    I’ve not given up on Bristol yet!

    Cheers

    Sanny

  8. I’ve seen it, and to be honest, I wouldn’t break my neck to see it again. Good but…….

  9. Woo hoo!

    Just confirmed a date for Bristol – get in!

    Proper announcement to follow but looking like the Cube for Friday 23rd January.

    Cheers

    Sanny

  10. Sorry , make that Friday the 28th – too quick with the typing there.

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