Warehouse Four is proud to present the Dubai premier of
"The film the cycling community has been waiting for!"
MAMILS, Middle-Aged Men in Lycra. During the week, they are white-collar professionals with responsible jobs, families and mortgages. Come the weekend, they transform into Lycra-clad super heroes; road warriors on expensive carbon framed bikes traveling in packs and competing with other males for dominance in the group. MAMIL is a feature length documentary that dares to enter this secret world of middle-aged men to uncover the reasons they take to the road.
(Doors open 6.00pm)
Reservations are on a first come first served basis.
There will be an exclusive Q&A session with the films director, Nickolas Bird, right after the screening on both nights.
"A relentlessly cheering and worthwhile watch."
The Hollywood News
"An intimate and at times surprisingly emotional film."
"Kudos to the film’s directors."
Canadian Cycling Magazine
"A delight to watch, a truly heard-rending and uplifting depiction of the love affair between a man and his bike."
"An irreverent and sometimes hilarious romp through the secret world of men and masculinity."
"A joyful but realistic exploration of middle aged men and their cycling machines."
"MAMIL's scope is broad enough for all of us to find ourselves, reflect on why we ride and laugh at ourselves."
The screening is free but we'll be asking you to ‘give generously’! We suggest Dhs 60. More would be fantastic! This is primarily to cover the cost of screening the film and flying in the director (from Melbourne, Australia) but please feel free to give what you think it's worth!
Yes. There will be a limited amount of seating so you must reserve your seat(s) in advance.
The screening will start at 7.30pm sharp and will last 90 minutes. (Doors open at 6.00pm)
There will be an exclusive Q&A with the films director, Nickolas Bird, right after the screening which is expected to last 45 minutes.
Yes, we've teamed up with DISH Catering to provide a small but tasty menu (click button below) for those wanting to grab a bite before the film!
We recommend bringing children over the age of 12.
There is a free car park adjacent to the venue.
Please click the button below for the location map.