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On Any Sunday, The Next Chapter Official Movie Trailer
Forty years after the original On Any Sunday scored its Academy Award-nomination for Best Documentary Film, On Any Sunday, The Next Chapter shows that the passion for riding motorcycles is as strong as ever.**Dana Brown directs this modern take on the original, capturing what it means to ride in the United States and abroad. On Any Sunday, The Next Chapter is an exploration into the pursuit of excitement, passion and life in the world of motorcycle riding.
Video of On Any Sunday, The Next Chapter - Official Trailer
CLICK HERE for our exclusive 5 Questions interview with On Any Sunday, The Next Chapter filmmaker Dana Brown.
Director Dana Brown with his father Bruce, creator of the 1971 documentary, On Any Sunday.
When On Any Sunday premiered in 1971, it wasn’t just any movie. Directed by Bruce Brown – who also helmed surfing classic “The Endless Summer” – this insider look at motorcycle culture reached a wide audience that was fascinated by the heartfelt stories of the men behind the bikes, earning an Academy Award-nomination for Best Documentary Feature. The Next Chapter's director Dana Brown suggests that the timing was just right for a follow-up to his father Bruce Brown’s film: “Bikes are better, athletes have progressed, and there are so many disciplines now. In fact, we couldn’t possibly do justice to all of them in this 90-minute movie. We set out to show a cross- section of motorcycling today, and here’s hoping we’ve succeeded.”
The film will be premiered at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood on Wednesday, October 22 where part of Hollywood Blvd. will be shut down for a one-of-a-kind motorcycle cruise-in.
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