.‘Hard Miles,’ ‘Chalk’ Premiere at Tiburon’s Cinelounge

Hard Miles is a sports drama directed by R.J. Daniel Hanna and penned by Hanna and Christian Sander. This inspiring narrative features a formidable cast, including Sean Astin and Matthew Modine. The plot centers on a determined social worker at a youth prison who forms a cycling team from a group of teenage convicts, embarking on a life-changing 1000-mile journey. The film draws inspiration from the real-life story of Greg Townsend and the Ridgeview Academy Cycling Team, illustrating resilience and transformation. With a runtime of 108 minutes and a PG-13 rating, “Hard Miles” has already clinched five film festival awards.

Chalk, a drama set in the world of pool hustling, is directed by Rob Nilsson and written alongside Don Bajema. The film, dating back to 1996 and unrated, spans 144 minutes and stars Kelvin Han Yee, who portrays a pool hustler facing personal and professional challenges upon learning his stepfather has throat cancer. With its compelling narrative and rich character development, Chalk delves into themes of duty and ambition.

Both films will start showing on April 19, at Cinelounge Tiburon. For ticket information and to secure your seats for these special engagements, visit Cinelounge Film.

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Contact Cinelounge Tiburon directly at (415) 797-6976 for inquiries. Located at 40 Main St., Tiburon.

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