QCBC Movie Nightin United States at Rivermonte Collegiate
Bicycle Dreams Movie
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The QCBC will hold our first Movie Night featuring Bicycle Dreams on Sunday, February 12th at 5:00 PM at Rivermonte Collegiate in Bettendorf.
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The award-winning feature-length documentary about the Race Across America (RAAM) "is an up-close look at what RAAM riders go through," says Stephen Auerbach, the director and producer of Bicycle Dreams. "They deal with searing desert heat, agonizing mountain climbs, and endless stretches of open road. And they do it all while battling extreme exhaustion and sleep deprivation. It's a great subject for a film." To capture the mammoth scope of the race, Auerbach worked around the clock with a complement of 18 cameras. Embedded camera operators traveled inside the racers' support crew vehicles, gaining unprecedented access to the cyclists and their teams. Their footage captured emotional and physical breakdowns, late-night strategy sessions, and great moments of personal triumph, all in intimate detail. Auerbach then took on the enormous task of editing hundreds of hours of material and forming it into a powerful and inspiring look inside the most difficult race on the planet.
"An astonishing documentary. This film is a ride of many stark contrasts; when it ended, I felt both shattered and triumphant. I realized I was experiencing its genius. A central theme of Bicycle Dreams is the profoundly inspiring strength of the human in facing monumental challenge and tragedy. Bicycle Dreams is a race of truth." - Pez Cycling.
Tickets are limited and are available for $10 plus a transaction fee. Tickets will be $15 at the door if seats are still available. All profits will be donated to The Handicapped Development Center. Feel free to bring your own movie snacks. We'll have some drinks available at no cost.
|Date - Time - Location|
Sunday, February 12th
with doors opened at 5:00 PM
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