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Brittown tour returns to the U.S.

One World Tour winds up Aug. 7 in New York City

Fresh off its European leg, the studio behind the film Brittown continues its ‘One World Tour’ of screenings stateside.

Days after returning from a tour that visited ten European countries in just over a month, One World Studio will screen Brittown July 25-27 at the main auction tent at the AMA Vintage Days in Lexington, Ohio.

Brittown chronicles a few months in the life of Jeff ‘Meatball’ Tulinius and examines his love for vintage British bikes. Motorcycle.com’s Pete Brissette wrote in his review of the film that the documentary is “entertaining, funny at times and a great peek into a biking culture not normally given its due.”Directors Scott DiLalla (foreground) and Zack Coffman co-founded One World Studios.

Following its stop at AMA Vintage Days, the One World Tour will bring Brittown to the Glenn Curtiss Museum in Hammondsport, NY for a screening Aug. 2 and will follow up with the final stop in its tour in New York City Aug. 6-7 at the Anthology Film Archives.

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