'On Any Sunday' Sequel to Screen at San Sebastian Film Fest

Dana Brown’s follow-up to her father's 1971 Steve McQueen classic will get its European debut in the Spanish fest's action sports sidebar Savage Cinema.

MADRID – Dana Brown’s On Any Sunday: The Next Chapter will debut in Europe at the 62nd San Sebastian International Film Festival’s action and adventure cinema sidebar Savage Cinema.

In 1971, Brown’s father, Bruce Brown, directed On Any Sunday, starring Steve McQueen. The film became a motorcycle classic and later transcended the sport, reaching a wider audience. The Next Chapter features some of the most important names in two-wheel motorsports: Robbie Maddison, Marc Marquez, Ashley Fiolek, Travis Pastrana, Kenny Roberts, Dani Pedrosa, Scott Caan. Mickey Rourke also participated.

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In order to honor this year’s extended understanding of Outdoor & Adventure Sports, and reach out to the global two-wheel motorsports community, Savage Cinema has teamed up with motorcycle specialty store El Solitario MC and the Wheels & Waves Festival, which starts June 12. The festival held in Biarritz, France, has gained popularity in the motorsports and surf cultures and showcases prestigious bikes and organizes surf events. It will host the release of the Savage Cinema teaser.

The San Sebastian film fest runs in Spain’s northern Basque region Sept. 19-27.