Battle Mountain, a film charting Graeme Obree’s attempt to set a Human Powered Landspeed Record, will tour UK cinemas in March, April and May.
Obree designed and built a Human Powered Vehicle (HPV) to take on the attempt at Battle Mountain, Nevada, USA, in 2013. Cameras followed his progress, documenting the mental and physical highs and lows of taking on such an intense challenge.
Olympic track champion Sir Chris Hoy and members of Obree’s family are also featured in the film.
Hour Record legend Obree will be present in person at many of the events, taking part in a question and answer session with the audience.
A preview screening takes place at PictureHouse Central in London on March 21, where Obree will be joined by the film’s director David Street for a Q&A hosted by broadcaster Jeremy Vine.
The film was partly funded after a public appeal on crowd-funding website Kickstarter, and was premiered at the 2015 Edinburgh Film Festival.
Obree’s life story and his Hour Record endeavours were dramatised in the critically well received 2006 film The Flying Scotsman, starring Jonny Lee Miller as Obree.
Battle Mountain film screening dates
For more information, visit the Battle Mountain Facebook page
March 21 London Picturehouse Central 18:30
April 1 London Ritzy Brixton (PH) 18:30
April 2 London Picturehouse Hackney 15:00
April 3 London Lexi, Kensal Rise (PH) 14:30
April 3 London Arthouse Crouch End (PH) 17:00
April 4 Brighton Duke Of Yorks (PH) 18:30
April 5 Letchworth 18:15
April 6 Corby The Core Cube (PH) 19:30
April 7 Northampton Errol Flynn (PH) 18:15
April 8 Norwich Cinema City (PH)18:15
April 9 Bury St Edmunds Abbey Gate (PH)
April 10 Cambridge Picturehouse Arts Cinema (PH) 15:00
April 11 Haverhill Arts Centre (PH)
April 12 Melton Mowbray Regal (PH) 19:30
April 13 Belper Ritz (PH) 19:30
April 14 Nottingham Broadway 18:00
April 15 Barton under Needwood TBC
April 16 Birmingham MAC 18:00
April 17 Bristol watershed 15:00
April 18 Cardiff Chapter 20:15
April 19 Bath 20:00
April 20 Poole TBC
April 22 York Picturehouse (PH) 18:30
April 23 Durham Gala (PH) 18:30
April 24 Newcastle (PH) Tyneside Cinema 20:30
April 29 Lancaster Duke
May 1 Glasgow GFT
May 2 Edinburgh Cameo 20:30
May 4 The Venue Lincoln 19:30
May 5 Sheffield Showroom
May 6 Heaton Moor Savoy (PH) 18:30
May 7 Liverpool Picturehouse At Fact (PH) 18:00
May 8 Crewe Odeon 19:30
May 12 Bo’ness
May 13 Falkirk Cineworld
May 14 Stirling TBC
May 15 Dundee Odeon 19:30
May 16 Aberdeen Belmont 18:00
May 17 Inverness TBC