PortBUG: Announcing ‘The Big Bike Film Night’.


The Big Bike Film Night has announced that their film festival event is coming to Adelaide in August. In essence it is a short film-fest style event that celebrates cycling in all its glorious shapes and forms.

The 2019 collection is described as “an absolutely breath-taking range of short bike films – from mountain bike, to road, commuters and travel, personal journeys and triumphs.”

The program offers a wide and dynamic variety of appealing storylines, projects and thrills not only for bike fans, but also all movie goers.

In the lineup is the riveting Australian documentary LOWEST TO HIGHEST which follows five friends with disabilities attempting a world first human powered ride from Kati Thanda-Lake Eyre 2150km to Mount Kosciuszko, IT IS A MUST SEE!!

The Synopsis (see below) details some of the 11 incredible films that will be showcased The program will run for just over 2 hours (including an interval).

Comments from NZ film goers:  “Great inspiration to just get out & explore no matter your ability or skill “     “A banger of a film line-up!”       “Best yet!!”      “Must see for everybody”     “Inspiring, humbling, entertaining and simply awesome”

When:    Tuesday 20th August, 6:30pm

Where:   Piccadilly Cinemas, North Adelaide

Cost:   Adults $26. Under 16 year olds $16.50

Bookings:  https://www.trybooking.com/513894

Website:  https://www.bigbikefilmnight.nz/ 

Facebook:  https://www.facebook.com/bigbikefilmnight/ 

Promo Trailer:  https://youtu.be/NEwWPFty2ao

‘Lowest to Highest’ Trailer:  https://youtu.be/TfQbAru6X4k

Festival Synopsis:  The Big Bike Film Night Synopsis 2019

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