The producers of OneFiveTwo at Ninety have arranged a special pre-release screening on Wednesday 4th May.

The film, which covers all active elements of the recent week-long festival celebrating Sir Henry Segrave breaking the World Land Speed Record on Southport Sands in 1926, includes extensive sequences at the Saturday classic car displays in Kings Gardens as well as the Wednesday beach event and speed runs.

Not just a general overview, OneFiveTwo at Ninety features cameo appearances by Gina Campbell, granddaughter of Segrave’s arch rival Sir Malcolm Campbell, Le Mans commentator Neville Hay and Malcolm Page, Curator of the Mallya Collection. The film also includes interviews with classic car owners and local experts.

All proceeds from the film, which will be released on DVD, Blu-ray and VOD on 15th May, are being donated to two local charities: Queenscourt Hospice and the Salvation Army. Hesketh Golf Club have kindly offered their prestigious facilities at no cost for screening with admission being by donation, further supporting the charity aims of the producers.

The screening will be at the Hesketh Golf Club on Wednesday 4th May, with a start time of 8:00pm.

Making the evening even more special, the Mallya Collection, current owners of Segrave’s record breaking car, have also agreed to allow The Tiger Returns to be screened. Produced by OMF alongside OneFiveTwo at Ninety, this shorter film deals specifically with the Tiger’s history and includes the full Gaunt Newsreel footage of Sir Henry’s 1926 record runs at Southport and footage of the car’s later speed runs at Elvington as well as the recent Southport beach run. The only copy of this film will be held by the Collection and will not be released publicly. The Hesketh Golf Club screening will be the only opportunity to see this unique film.

Pre-booking can be made through the official web site at where DVD and Blu-ray can also be pre-ordered at discount.


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