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REMINDER - Join us for the NZ Bicycle Film Festival in Wellington, opening 7 March

Tēnā koe Blue 
 
A fresh selection of films for the 'wheel world' is gearing up to take off at our bike-friendly Wellington cinema on Wednesday, 7 March.
 
The third New Zealand Bicycle Film Festival is devoted to bike riders of all persuasions, from hard-core mountain bikers to leisurely eBikers and their support crews.
 
For opening night we'll have a couple of bike-related short films and a panel discussion. Expect a lively debate on the changes bikes will bring to the city of Wellington and the wider region. With support from Hell Pizza, Garage Project and Bikes Welcome opening night tickets include complimentary pizza and a glass of craft beer or wine.
 
Get your $10 tickets to opening night now.
 
The Festival programme, which runs through to Saturday 17 March, has something for everyone:
  • Wadjda is the first feature film by a female Saudi filmmaker, and is screening on International Women's Day – 8 March.
  • The documentary, A Sunday in Hell has been described as arguably the best film ever made about professional cycling.
  • Simon Morton's adventures round New Zealand in the Along for the Ride series will be a real treat.
  • To top it off a very young Nicole Kidman and her very big 1980s hair star in BMX Bandits.
 
The full programme is below with links to more information in our website. Please feel free to share the programme with your cycling friends, family and colleagues.
 
 
 
 
Festival Programme
 
7 March at 5.30pm: Opening Night
Our 2018 Festival takes off with two bike-related short films including the Wellington episode of Simon Morton’s Along for the Ride and the premiere of a short film about cycling-friendly businesses, as well as a panel discussion – “Pedalling into the Future: will bikes change our city?”.
Opening night food and drink is kindly being supplied by Hell Pizza, Garage Project and Bikes Welcome.

8 – 17 March at 5.30pm (4.30pm Saturdays): Along for the Ride
Celebrating all things bike we join Simon Morton on his dream journey exploring New Zealand’s cycling history. Seven episodes of this compelling series screen throughout the Festival. Check out our Event Calendar for the full list of screening times and dates (two episodes per screening).

8 March at 7pm: Wadjda
Saudi Arabia, 2012, 98 mins, PG
Screening for International Women’s Day, Wadjda is the first feature film ever made by a female Saudi filmmaker. It tells the absorbing story of a Saudi girl who hopes to win enough money at a Koran-reading competition to buy her own bike.

9 & 14 March at 7pm: Le Ride
Australia /France/ New Zealand /USA, 2016, 90 mins, Exempt
The Amazing Race supremo Phil Keoghan jumps onto a 1928 bike to replicate Kiwi Harry Watson’s epic Tour de France ride of the same year.
 
10 & 16 March at 7pm: BMX Bandits
Australia, 1983, 88 mins, PG – course language
Two expert BMX bikers and a friend, played by a very young Nicole Kidman, become entangled with some bank robbers.
Get along to the 10 March screening for an 80s dress-up competition – for both riders and their bikes – in celebration of Nicole’s big 1980s hair. The Wellington City Council and Hell Pizza are providing the prizes.
 
15 March at 7pm: NotBad & Not2Bad
NZ/Spain, 2013 & 2016, 63 mins total, Exempt
Two electrifying tales of bicycle tomfoolery, back to back! NotBad follows seven brave riders on a series of ridiculous adventures in New Zealand and then in Not2Bad the gang head to Spain for more “serious, off-road bicycle-riding business”.
 
17 March at 7pm: A Sunday in Hell
Denmark, 1976, 111 mins, Exempt
The hellish Sunday took place on April 11, 1976 when the champions of cycle-racing battled for victory in the classic and gruelling annual bicycle race – Paris-Roubaix. “Arguably the best film ever made about professional cycling.” – Cowie, International Film Guide.
 
 
About Ngā Taonga Sound & Vision

Ngā Taonga Sound & Vision is New Zealand’s audiovisual archive. We save and cherish the stories, creativity and history of Aotearoa New Zealand in sound and moving images. With strong values of connection, creativity and conservation our purpose is to collect, share and care for New Zealand’s audiovisual taonga.
 
 
 
 

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