Today at The Clinton: Wednesday, Jul 29

Today At The Clinton Street Theater

Beyond 7/2 presents "Bite Size"

Showtimes

Wednesday, Jul 29
7:00pm
Alliance for a Healthier Generation logo

PURCHASE ADVANCE TICKETS HERE!!

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Join us for the film screening of "Bite Size" and a fundraising event to support childhood health.
Proceeds to benefit the Alliance for a Healthier Generation, a non-profit organization working to eliminate childhood obesity and inspire all young people to develop lifelong, healthy habits.

To kick off the event, there will be a short presentation on Beyond 7/2, a world-record project to promote childhood health. Following the screening, the evening will feature a Q&A with the film's cinematographer, Joshua Lipton.

Beyond 7/2

7 Peaks, 2 Poles, 1 Dream. A brave mission for an extraordinary cause. The journey begins January 2016.

Colin_v2Colin O'Brady, American professional triathlete, will set out an inspirational endurance expedition in support of childhood health. In under 6 months, Colin aims to set a mountaineering world record, becoming the fastest person in history to complete the Explorers Grand Slam; climbing the world's Seven Summits (the tallest mountain on each of the seven continents) and venturing to both the North and South Poles in uninterrupted succession.

The goal: Beyond 7/2 aims to inspire kids and adults to make healthy life choices through food, fitness and goal setting, and raise $1 million to benefit the Alliance for a Healthier Generation and their work.

For more information, go to the Beyond 7/2 website. Follow the journey through social media @Beyond_72 for Instagram and Twitter.

bitesize poster
BITESIZE
Director: 
Corbin Billings
Country: 
USA
Year: 
2014
Runtime: 
80 minutes

“Bite Size” is a feature documentary that takes an intimate look at the obesity epidemic through the eyes of the children most at risk. They show us that losing weight is not just about changing the number on the scale but also about asking ourselves who we are and what we want to become.

The film presents a new perspective on this critical issue that transcends the data and statistics we hear every day, asking us to consider the consequences of our actions and the legacy that we intend to leave for our children.

Special Admission

IN ADVANCE: $10 general admission; $14 admission plus one drink voucher. 

PURCHASE TICKETS HERE.

$12 general admission tickets available at the door.

Don't forget to Join the Facebook Event HERE; and invite all your friends.