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Tour d'Afrique film premiers in New York

Jun 10, 2009
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For the first time since its inception in 2003, the Tour d'Afrique Bicycle Race & Expedition has been documented by a team of filmmakers. Titled “Where are you go?” the film will make its world premier in New York at the International Bicycle Film Festival between 17 and 21 June.

The Zenga Brothers and Brian Vernor teamed up on the 2008 Tour d'Afrique and spent four months on the road between Cairo and Cape Town, capturing it from their perspective. Since then, they have been busy editing their hundreds of hours of stunning footage into a full length documentary. New York is the first stop on a whirlwind tour for this film.

Watch the trailer here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7NpubbAzKSY
For programme details on the festival: http://www.bicyclefilmfestival.com
For more details on Tour d’Afrique: http://www.tourdafrique.com

Future screenings of the film:

Philadelphia - June 26-27
San Francisco - July 14-18
Austin - August 5-9
Chicago - August 12-15
Toronto - August 19-22
Los Angeles - August 26-30
Zurich - Sept 2-6
Lisbon - Sept 9-13
Vienna - Set 17-20
London - Sept 23-27
Milano - Oct 7-11
Paris - Oct 14-18
Auckland - Oct 22-24
Melbourne - Nov 5-7
Sydney - Nov 11-14
Tokyo - Nov 19-23
Mar 18, 2009
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Great trailer...

I look forward to seeing the movie...probably have to wait for the DVD :D, since I didn't see a premiere date for Oslo!
That's a great looking trailer! I'll have to wait for the DVD too.

Still hoping more of these filmmakers will realize that Portland (OR) is maybe the bicycling capitol of the US, and been voted the best city to bike in the US several times by Bicycling mag. We even have more than one bicycling only film festival here each year, and the seats fill up very quickly.

Anyway, sorry about the whining. Great looking movie.