Australia’s award winning motorcycle champion, Cameron Donald, has confirmed an exclusive Sydney stage appearance to discuss his career and introduce the new 3D feature film, TT3D CLOSER TO THE EDGE.
This new 3D documentary is a thrilling, adrenaline charged film about the isle of Man Tourist Trophy, considered to be the greatest motorcycle road race in the world, the ultimate challenge for rider and machine – a race in which Cameron Donald has competed many times. The film follows key riders as they embark on the highly dangerous 2010 TT race, and explores what motivates these men and women to do what they do – to feel truly alive. Narrated by Jared Leto, it stars Guy Martin, Cameron Donald, Ian Hutchinson, and many more riders.
A breakout hit in UK cinemas, blowing critics and audiences away with its blend of breath-taking 3D and real-life action, TT3D was described by TOTAL FILM as “A life affirming, heart stopping joy ride for anyone with a pulse”.
This special 3D preview of TT3D: CLOSER TO THE EDGE with introduction will be held at the Hayden Orpheum, Cremorne On Tuesday October 18th at 7.30pm.
All tickets are $30 and available online here: www.orpheum.com.au
Cameron Donald (born 1977) is a motorcycle road racer who has raced at the Macau Grand Prix, the North West 200 and the Isle of Man TT Races. He lives in Victoria, and during the racing season Cameron lives in Northern Ireland. Donald has had many racing achievements, including placing first in Moto GP Phillip Island, Australian Formula Xtreme Championship, Singapore Enduro Race, Isle of Man TT Superbike Race.
TT3D CLOSER TO THE EDGE is in cinemas nationally for 2 weeks only from October 20th 2011