The second edition of the rather cosy BikeFilmNight is happening on 24th April 2013 – 8pm at Exeter Phoenix.
With a capacity of 40 seats in the Black Box, tickets are limited and mandatory to access the free screening space– to get yours contact the Phoenix Box Office 01392 667080.
What’s on the programme?
40 YEARS IN PARIS
2012, 7 mins. Dir. JC Peiri
A beautiful short film celebrating Alain Massabova as he flatlands his BMX across the magical backdrop of Paris.
2012, 65 mins. Dir. Benny Zenga
The inside story of underground bicycle racing around the world. Through the lens of Lucas Brunelle’s helmet camera, viewers are transported into the wild and dangerous world of alley cat racing, where high speeds, traffic, and pedestrians combine with riders hell-bent on victory at any cost.
In the imaginary lounge, there will be some activities involving a handful of guests showing various types of bikes, equipment & accessories, magazines and maybe some surprises too.
It is a free social evening dedicated to cycling in the urban landscape.
Riders are welcome to interact, exchange ideas, plans and expand the Exeter and Devon bike scene/ community.
In the meantime, check out the trailer below: