"On Any Sunday, The Next Chapter" Hits Theaters Nov. 7

Dennis Chung
by Dennis Chung
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Dana Brown‘s “On Any Sunday, the Next Chapter” makes its world premiere Sept. 26 at Spain’s San Sebastian International Film Festival. The latest follow-up to the original 1971 “On Any Sunday” will make its U.S. premiere Oct. 22 at the Dolby Theater in Hollywood, Calif., before making its nationwide theatrical release on Nov. 7.

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“On Any Sunday, the Next Chapter” carries on the tradition started by Brown’s father, Bruce Brown who directed the original film. The Academy Award-nominated “On Any Sunday” made household names of racers such as Malcolm Smith and Mert Lawwill, and the latest follow-up features some of today’s biggest names in motorsport including MotoGP riders Marc Marquez and Dani Pedrosa, motocross stars Travis Pastrana, James Stewart, Robbie Maddison, Ashley Fiolek and Doug Henry, Pikes Peak International Hill Climb winner Carlin Dunne and builder Roland Sands.

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Filmed entirely in 4K Ultra HD resolution, “On Any Sunday, the Next Chapter” features several different race series and disciplines including MotoGP, hare scramble, ice racing and land speed record racing.

“Bikes are better, athletes have progressed, and there are so many disciplines now,” says Dana Brown. “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.”

For a list of theaters showing “On Any Sunday, the Next Chapter,” visit OnAnySundayFilm.com.

[Source: Red Bull Media House]

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