‘Line of Sight’ Screening

Watch Lucas Brunelle's controversial documentary about the world of alley cat racing


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Our screening of Lucas Brunelle’s Line of Sight has ended for the night. To purchase as DVD of Line of Sight for $20, go to Lucas Brunelle’s homepage.

Join us on this page on Thursday, August 23, at any time between 5 and 9 p.m. Mountain Time to watch Line of Sight, Lucas Brunelle’s controversial 60-minute documentary about the world of underground bike messenger racing. Warning: some material may be inappropriate for younger viewers.

Starting at 7 p.m. Mountain Time, filmmaker Lucas Brunelle will join us for a live chat about the production of the film, alley cat races, and his inflammatory stance on bike advocacy.

Over the past 10 years, Boston-based bike racer Lucas Brunelle traveled between 20 countries, filming unofficial, often illegal, bike races from New York to China. Director Benny Zenga compiled the footage into Line of Sight, an action-packed documentary on street racing. Scenes of riders shooting guns, riding down freeways, and running from the police have stoked controversy in the cycling community and even made Brunelle the target of death threats and arrest warrants, which the filmmaker, an outspoken opponent of bike advocacy, has welcomed.

Director and editor Benny Zenga
Futura 2000
Nadir Olivet
Guatemalan Vice President José Rafael Espada
Pac Bags
My parents
Haters for getting on me and making me want to go faster

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