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Kamloops movie premier of Anthill Films' notTWObad

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June 20, 2016 - 12:00 PM

KAMLOOPS - With mountain biking season in full tilt, what better time for a movie premiere! But it’s not just any old movie premiere, The Phoenix Centre and Kamloops Bike Riders Association are excited to bring to you the much anticipated sequel to NotBad by Anthill films – Not2Bad.

Mark your calendars and bring a friend: June 24, 7 p.m. at TRU Alumni Clocktower Theatre.

This film originated from a pretty basic mathematical problem. What’s better than one of something? Two of something. One is less than two. Therefore, logic dictates that two must be better than one. Faced with these indisputable facts, the crew at Anthill realized that they needed to make a sequel. Having never made a sequel before, they decided it was time. Because no one takes you serious in the movie business unless you make at least two of something - More is always better right? And this is serious business. Serious off road bicycle riding business. So get ready for a whole lot of more. More deep thoughts. More X-treme. And more slow – mo – especially more slow-mo. Yeah….that sounds #notTWObad.

The event will run until 8:15 p.m. and will also include a selection of videos showcasing the talents of local riders like Graham Agassiz, Dylan Sherrard, Andrew Helton, Lane Bodor, Dalton Anderson, Lynden Sandy and Kyle Super.

Doors open at 6:30 p.m., show starts at 7 p.m. Tickets are available at the door: $12 for adults, $8 for youth, sponsors, participants, volunteers and children under eight are free. Advanced tickets can be purchased at Reservoir Coffee 755 McGill Rd.

Brought to you by The Phoenix Centre — Ashes to Dust Mountain Bike Camp.

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