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2015 April



Join filmmaker Dana Brown for ‘On Any Sunday’ showing at Tahoe

TAHOE CITY, Calif. — Squaw Valley Institute, in partnership with the Tahoe Art Haus & Cinema, will present “On Any Sunday: The Next Chapter” this Saturday,

This is the latest installment of the SVI Movie Night Series. There will be two film showings at 5:30 and 8 p.m. at the cinema, located in the Cobblestone Center in Tahoe City.

“On Any Sunday” changed the face of motorcycling in America when it premiered in 1971. Directed by Bruce Brown, who also helmed the surfing classic “The Endless Summer,” this insider look at motorcycle racing reached a wide audience that was fascinated by the heartfelt stories of real-life riders.

It earned an Academy Award nomination for Best Documentary Feature and opened up the mainstream’s eyes to a variety of two-wheeled sports that millions are consumed by.

Motorcycling has changed dramatically since Bruce’s film was introduced to the public in 1971. In America, professional Motocross and Supercross racing have become two of the nation’s most popular motorsports.

Four decades later, “On Any Sunday: The Next Chapter” shows that the passion for riding motorcycles is as strong as ever.

Bruce’s son, acclaimed filmmaker Dana Brown, directs this modern take on the original, capturing what it means to ride in the United States and globally. Shot in 4K Ultra HD, the action and emotion are breathtaking.

“On Any Sunday: The Next Chapter “journeys deeper into the humanity and excitement of motorcycle culture across disciplines — the passion for the race, the love of family and friends, and the thrill of the ride.

Dana Brown will personally present the film with a Q-and-A session.

This presentation is part of the SVI Monthly Movie Night Series at the Tahoe Art Haus & Cinema, which offers major motion pictures, independent films, action sports movies, a popcorn spice bar, and seven taps of beer and cider along with premium bottled beer.

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SVI members are admitted free to both film showings, but are asked to make ticket reservations on the Squaw Valley Institute website in advance at