Bikeminded Film Club 2014


It was a cold, wet night yesterday, but our hearts were warmed by the peaceful, gentle-paced Taiwanese film Island Etude. This was the first film of our new film club and we hope you all enjoyed it as much as we did.


In June last year we organised a Bikeminded Film Festival as part of Bike Week. The event was very popular and we received lots of positive feedback, so we thought: why not offer some inspiring cycling-themed films to help us all get through the cold, winter months? This was how our Bikeminded Film Club was born.


We are hosting a new monthly film club, with a film screening on the last Tuesday of every month from February to April 2014 in the art-deco splendour of the Lecture Theatre at Kensington and Chelsea Central Library. The theatre has a lovely vibe, really old school and nice and cosy.


The second film is the wonderful Saudia Arabian Wadja (2012), which will be screened on 25 February 2014. The great news is that entry to each film is free. To book yourself a ticket visit this link.



Bikeminded Film Club
25 February 2014 ‘Wadjda’ (Saudi Arabia 2012)
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Venue Lecture Theatre (next to Kensington Central Library) on Phillimore Walk
Doors open 7pm
Film begins 7.30pm
Film ends 10pm
Admission Free with ticket only – get your tickets here

Watch ‘Wadjda’ trailer below:


Wadjda film still



We have now released the tickets to book all the other film nights, so what other films do we have lined up for the coming months?


Bikeminded Film Club
25 March 2014 ‘A Boy, A Girl And A Bike’ (England 1949) read film review
Free tickets available here.


A Boy A Girl And A Bike still



Bikeminded Film Club
29 April 2014 ‘El Amateur’ (Argentina 1999) read film review Free tickets available here.


El Amateur film poster

If you fancy coming down to the Bikeminded Film Club, we’d love to see you there.



1 comment

  1. Leslie Mitchell says:

    Mar 21, 2014


    I have been to both the films, having discovered the film club on Eventbrite. The films have been delightful and an insight into cultural issues and life in other countries. What a relief from the usual ‘Lycra stuff’!
    Keep up the good work

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