SO you want to host a premiere of return to earth?

 
 

Anthill Films is excited to present you with the opportunity to host a film premiere or screening event for our new feature film, Return to Earth.

The crew is currently hard at work on post­production for the film with the World Premiere slated for June 14, 2019. You are receiving this information because you’ve hosted an event for one of our films in the past or have expressed interest in doing an event in the future. This document will give you some key details on the film and the benefits you will receive as a premiere tour host

About Anthill

Anthill Films is a collective group of adventure storytellers who are constantly pushing visual and technical boundaries to create films that are inspired by a way of life.  The Anthill crew has been producing award-winning mountain bike films for more than 15 years, starting with The Collective in 2003.

 About Return to Earth

Starring: Brett Rheeder, Ryan Howard, Casey Brown, Brandon Semenuk, Thomas Vanderham, Matt Hunter Jackson Goldstone, Jakob Jewett, Dane Jewett, Tahnee Seagrave, Kaos Seagrave, Kade Edwards, Joey Schusler, Thomas Genon, Emil Johansson, Reed Boggs, Carson Storch. 

We increasingly live in a culture of distraction; constantly conducting our lives through 24/7 connectivity. We feed this attention economy with our most precious resource: our time. 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.

Return to Earth is a feature mountain bike film about the simple act of living in those moments. A cinematic journey connected by true to life examples set by riders of all ages around the world, the film will show that when we lose track of time, we make the most of it.

Presented by: Shimano and Trek. In association with Evoc, Sony, Whistler Mountain Bike Park, Clif Bar, Pink Bike, Trail Forks and Freehub Magazine. With support from Bike Park Lenzerheide, Spawn Cycles, Clif Bar, Rocky Mountain Cycles.

 Expected run time: 45 minutes

Rating: G (Suitable for all ages)