HAMILTON, WE'RE COMING YOUR WAY!

August 12, 2019

 

Join us on Thursday, August 22nd at 7:00 PM at the beautiful and newly renovated Playhouse Cinema in Hamilton where we'll be showing some of the award winning and fan-favourite films from TMFF. If you didn't have an opportunity to attend the Festival previously or want to see the movies again, here's your chance.

showtime & TICKET INFO

 

Thursday, August 22 @ 7:00 PM
PLAYHOUSE CINEMA

See all five films: The Unforgettable Road, Giovanni Burlando's Vision, Trail Master, The Frozen Few, The Sobbing Scooterist

 

  $16    BUY NOW  

 

Applicable taxes and Eventbrite processing fees are included in the purchase price. Tickets are non-refundable. Playhouse Cinema Memberships are not valid for this special event.

Featured Films

 

 

The Unfamiliar Road

DOCUMENTARY | FEATURE

WINNER: BEST FEATURE FILM & PEOPLE'S CHOICE AWARDS

Release Year: 2017

Runtime: 74 minutes

Produced by: Daniel Greening

Country: Australia

The Unfamiliar Road follows the overland motorcycle journey from Perth, Western Australia to London in the United Kingdom. A trip that covers 37,000 km and 24 countries. | Read more >

 

Giovanni Burlando's Vision

DOCUMENTARY | SHORT

WINNER: BEST SHORT FILM AWARD

 

Release Year: 2015

Runtime: 11 minutes

Directed By: Ugo Roffi

Country: Italy

 

Giovanni Burlando, 75 years old and about 850 races under his belt, has competed with some of the best racers in the world such as Agostini and Pasolini. Riding on the Doria-Creto path he talks about trophies, races and his overwhelming passion for motorbikes. |  Read more >

 

 

Trail Master

DOCUMENTARY | SHORT

 

Release Year: 2016

Runtime: 9 minutes

Directed By: Matthew Sanders

Country: U.S.A.

 

Reid Brown, an Oregon Forest Service Specialist and avid off-road motorcycle racer has earned his dream job. He is in charge of managing the 500 miles of motorcycle trails in the Tillamook State Forest, Oregon. His family has a rich history with the forest with his parents and grand parents having built many of the original trails.​ |  Read more >

 

The Frozen Few

NARRATIVE | SHORT

WINNER: BEST SHORT NARRATIVE

Release Year: 2017

Runtime: 3 minutes

Directed by: Stephen Marino

Country: United States

 

On a cold day in March, a group of men known as the Crazy Eights crossed their American borders towards the Great White North. It was in Sault Ste. Marie where their icy, snow-covered tires finally came to a halt. | Read more >

 

 

 

The Sobbing Scooterist

NARRATIVE | SHORT

 

Release Year: 2017

Runtime: 4 minutes

Directed by: Liza Miller

Country: United States

 

Be kind and wave to all bikers. You never know how much it can hurt when you don't. | Read more >

Venue & Directions

 

 

The 105-year-old Playhouse is a wonderful vestige of Hamilton's past. Originally built in 1914 as one of the city's first Vaudeville houses, it reopened its doors this past March after an extensive renovation. Not only is the theatre stunningly beautiful, it also features all-new rocker seats, and a state-of-the-art digital projector and surround-sound system.


The Playhouse Cinema is located at 177 Sherman Ave N, Hamilton, just a few of blocks away from Steeltown Garage with plenty of motorcycle or car parking in front and around the theatre. 

 

Click here for parking and directions

 

 

This special event is made possible with support from:

 

 

 

 

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