Wednesday, October 19th

Where:      The Greatest Bar

                   262 Friend Street, Boston, MA 02114

                   (617) 367-0544

 

When:   Doors at 7:30PM

Current Film Schedule is subject to change without notice.

Anthill Films "Not Bad"

Showtime: 8:30PM

This is a tale of epic adventure. A tale of seven brave riders who set out from the four corners of the globe to gather together under one roof in a town located at the ends of the earth. A tale with no beginning and no end but where a few things happen in between. Things like eel fights. 

Yeah that's right... f'n eel fights. So watch this movie. Why? Because it's 'Not Bad... 30 days of bicycle tomfoolery in New Zealand'.

Not Bad is produced, written, directed and edited by Anthill Films and presented by Trek in association with JBL, Shimano, Bontrager, and Pinkbike.com. Additional support for the film was provided by Tourism New Zealand, Air New Zealand, Destination Queenstown, Good Fortune Collective and Immersive Media.

Anthill Films "Not 2 Bad"

Showtime: 9:00PM

Anthill Films—the crew that brought you unReal and NotBad—and the Trek C3 Project have joined forces yet again, this time in Spain, to bring you more shenanigans, more unbelievable mountain cycling action and more good times than ever before. Not2Bad is what happens when some of the world’s best mountain bikers spend 30 days straight running wild on anything that has two wheels... with cameras rolling at all times. It’s a mountain bike film that’s Not Dos Bad!

STARRING: Brandon Semenuk, Brett Rheeder, Cam McCaul, Ryan Howard, Casey Brown, Andrew Shandro, Ruben Alcantara and Sergio Layos, with Rachel, Gee & Dan Atherton.

Not2Bad is Presented by Trek in association with Shimano, Bontrager, Sony & Clif Bar with Pinkbike & Bike Mag and support from Good Fortune Collective, Freefly Systems, Western Digital and Immersive Media.

Wandergroove The Visual Journal Of New England Short

Showtime: 9:30PM

A brand new vessel of documentary style filmmaking built to curate the history and culture of New Eengland and inspire those who seek their own journey.

 

Founded upon the idea that we are all born curious. Hardwired to explore and discover our own unique place on this planet.

 

The world is full of untold stories and we want to tell them.

Mountain Mind Collective "For the Love" 

Showtime: 9:40PM

For the Love is an approximately one hour film, telling the story of two brothers who grew up in a small town with a huge love for rivers and whitewater kayaking. Their quest begins at home in the pacific northwest, where they learned how to paddle, met their tight-knit community of kayakers, and began to push themselves and the sport of kayaking. The film also documents their travels around the world to magical destinations like Iceland, where they highlight some of the most creative and innovative athletes in the sport.

At the core of the Wells brother’s passion as paddlers is their love for exploring never-before-paddled rivers. The film follows the brothers and friends on their journeys to explore these uncharted rivers from Alaska to Ecuador. The brothers and their team met both failures and success on these missions to explore the unknown, getting rained out and stuck in the middle of the jungle to discovering a new classic Alaskan big-water river.

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