Speed Sisters – The Film // US Premiere!

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We are thrilled to announce that SPEED SISTERS will have its U.S. premiere in New York city on Saturday, November 14 at 2:00pm at DOC NYC – America’s Largest Documentary Festival!


After launching in Toronto at Hot Docs in April, the film has screened to glowing response at leading film festivals around the world. We cannot wait to come back to the U.S. to celebrate the launch of the film with the many people who believed in and supported this project. In particular we are grateful to the community of supporters at Lime Rock Park, and our dear friends at Gearhead Girls and Spyder Creations, who have rallied behind the film and helped make it possible. We are incredibly thankful for your vital support and look forward to celebrating this exciting milestone with you!

Please join us at 2:00pm on Saturday, November 14th at the SVA Theatre in Manhattan for our U.S. premiere screening, followed by a Q&A.

Saturday November 14 at 2:00pm
SVA Theatre
333 W 23rd St
New York, NY 10011



DOC NYC Group Discounts:

Groups of 10-50 are eligible for the discounted rate of $14 per ticket, subject to availability. To arrange group sales, contact Chris Wells christopher.wells@ifccenter.com.

PLEASE PROVIDE A PHONE NUMBER ON THE EMAIL. Tickets must be purchased in a ONE block (i.e. all in one payment) via credit card. (Please note DOC NYC cannot accept credit card information over email.) Tickets purchased at the group sales discount are strictly nonrefundable and will be left at the IFC Center box office for pick-up under a single name. You will need to arrange to have your tickets distributed; the box office is not able to keep a will-call list of individual names.

We look forward to seeing you at the screening!

Fidelco Ride for Independence

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GHG was honored to participate in Fidelco’s 5th Annual Ride for Independence. As reported by CT’s Fox News:

BLOOMFIELD – Six-hundred motorcycles took to the streets to raise money to help provide guide dogs to the blind, especially military veterans.

The fifth annual Fidelco Ride for Independence followed a 50-mile scenic route through Farmington Valley with a police escort, before bikers headed back to Fidelco for lunch, music, and K-9 demonstrations.

Money raised goes to benefit the Fidelco Guide Dog Foundation, which trains the guide dogs and provides them to those in need.

For more information on how to donate, volunteer or apply for a guide dog, click here to go to the Fidelco website and click here to visit the Facebook page.

Check out highlights of the event in the video below!