Enjoy a FREE outdoor film premier screening of RETURN TO EARTH!
Northwoods Trails at the Waterworks Trailhead
320 Pineland Drive, HS AR 71901
Free and open to the public! Donation accepted.
We will have a group ride prior to the start of the film (6:30 p.m.).
The film will begin around 8:30 p.m. or when the sun sets.
We encourage carpooling and/or ride in from Cedar Glades due to limited parking at the trailhead and down Pineland Drive.
Don’t forget your lawn chairs, blankets and coolers are welcome.
“We are excited to be hosting a premier screening event of ‘Return to Earth’ at the Northwoods Waterworks Trailhead. As much as we want locals and visitors alike to use and enjoy our trails, we also want them to feel as though they are a part of something. Social events such as this that are open to all no matter your skill level on the bike, whether your bike, run, or hike, helps create and nourish that sense of community, sense of place,” says Traci Berry, Northwoods Trails Coordinator
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ABOUT THE FILM:
Film Rating: G
Estimated Runtime: 45 minutes
Shooting Locations: Canada, United States, Switzerland, United Kingdom, Argentina
©2019 Anthill Films, #returntoearth
Directors: Darcy Wittenburg, Colin Jones, Darren McCullough
Producers: Ian Dunn, Darcy Wittenburg
Written by: Anthill Films
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Time is either spent wisely or it is just spent. Second after second; minute after minute; moment after moment… they’re all there for the taking. All you need is a simple machine that that defies boundaries and knows no limits.
This is Return to Earth, the ninth feature from award-winning adventure filmmakers Anthill Films. A cinematic journey that will immediately transport you into that feeling of total immersion you get on a bike ride. Fly through the lush coastal jungles of Oahu. Feel the dust from Utah’s otherworldly landscapes. Lose yourself in the untouched mountains of Patagonia. Connected by true to life examples set by some of the sport’s biggest athletes, unsung shredders and up-and-coming youth, Return to Earth proves that when we lose track of time, we can make the most of it.