Prepare to be inspired!!
Screening at the Graeme Young Youth Theatre at Tauranga Boys College in Tauranga.
A captivating selection of expressive short cycling films to inspire, encourage and celebrate women who love to bike.
Emerging and established independent film-makers form the collection with eleven carefully selected short films that are here to make an impact. The line-up treats include a magical journey of colour and creativity by an artistic mountain biker; a New Zealand female road cyclist who believes in the power of bicycles, an enthralling film set in big city America on two (in their own words) "bad-ass bmxers" following their passion; a bicycle store with a unique point of difference.
Mama Agatha, a heart-warming story about migrant women in Amsterdam finding their way into a new society and the liberating feeling of riding a bicycle; and Moksha, a documentary that focuses on three Nepali women breaking through cultural barriers to spread their love of mountain biking.
Showcasing women who push boundaries, are courageous, and are an advocate for change; all through the power of the humble bike. It’s the ‘thinking cyclists’ film collection with short bike films that all genders will connect and enjoy.
Everyone should see this - all welcome!
Tauranga Boys College, 664 Cameron Road, Tauranga *Entrance between 13th & 14th Avenue - just past the Bus shelter.
Go up entrance and up the hill and the Theatre is on your right hand side.
One night only.