A special film screening will be held at Sawtell First Avenue Cinemas later this month by local Tour de Cure participant Sinclair Black to raise funds for the fight against cancer. SUBMITTED
A special film screening will be held at Sawtell First Avenue Cinemas later this month by local Tour de Cure participant Sinclair Black to raise funds for the fight against cancer. SUBMITTED

Sinclair pedals for Tour de Cure

THERE’S never been a better reason to go to the movies.

Local bike enthusiast Sinclair Black will be taking part in charity bike ride Tour de Cure later this year and he’s busy raising funds for the very worthy cause.

The ride, which will go from Sydney to the Sunshine Coast, not only takes the message of fitness and well-being to the community but raises much-needed funds for the fight against cancer.

This year, the group is hoping to raise a whopping $1million – which is why Mr Black is on the fundraising trail early.

And so later this month, Sawtell First Avenue Cinema will host a special screening of inspirational film ‘Fat, Sick and Nearly Dead’, with all proceeds going to the Tour de Cure’s fight against cancer.

A life-changing film about getting healthy and eating right, ‘Fat, Sick and Nearly Dead’ chronicles the story of Joe Cross – overweight, loaded up on steroids and suffering from a debilitating auto-immune disease, he trades in his junk food for fruit and vegetables and embarks on a journey to get off his pills and achieve a balanced lifestyle.

Joe Cross will be at the screening and will run a 30 minute ‘question and answer’ after the film.

The screening will be held at Sawtell First Avenue Cinema on March 30 at 7.30pm.

Tickets for the event are $20 and are available at http://www.stickytickets.com.au/3124.



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