A BAFTA winning director is bringing his new film to the big screen in Bridgwater.

Chasing the Sun is out in cinemas across the UK and headed to Scott Cinema Bridgwater on May 8.

The one night special will start at 7.30pm with a live Q&A.

Inspired by a 1973 study that found humans on bicycles are the most energy-efficient creatures on earth, the film explores the personal stories of ordinary cyclists chasing the sun.

Contributors include broadcaster Ned Boulting, author Jools Walker, artist Sir Richard Long and mountain bike champion Tracy Moseley.

Pip Piper, the film's Exmouth-based producer said: "I am so excited to see the film come to cinemas across the southwest and especially Bridgwater which has been doing so much to promote cycling locally."

For more information about to Bridgwater screening, and to buy your tickets ready for the show, visit the Scott Cinemas website via bridgwater.scottcinemas.co.uk/film/chasing-the-sun-q-and-a.