Our award-winning feature length documentaries have been featured on such reputable networks as ESPN, PBS and Comcast SportsNet, and have received glowing press coverage on national and regional news, radio and print media such as CBS, Fox, NBC, ABC, ESPN Radio, ABC Radio National Australia, MLB.com, Sports Illustrated Online, and The Philadelphia Inquirer & Daily News.
When the Ice Melted
Thanks to social media and the power of viral video, everyone in the country knows about the Ice Bucket Challenge. But, while millions of people were swept up in the "challenge," the true story behind ALS still remains relatively unknown.
"When the Ice Melts" will reveal the sobering truth of Lou Gehrig's disease and why finding a cure is the REAL challenge we ALL must fight.
Band of Pirates
Premiered on ESPN Classic, ESPN U, & ESPN Australia
2010 Best Short Documentary, Downbeach Film Festival; Official Selection, Garden State Film Festival
"Band of Pirates" is the story of Seton Hall's unforgettable run to the 1988-89 NCAA championship game. That season was the most successful in school history, and catapulted Seton Hall into the national athletic consciousness. As a result, the season remains one of the most astonishing college basketball campaigns of any school in the New York-New Jersey metropolitan area.
The memories of the team are vivid for alumni and others who lived through the run to the title game. Band of Pirates commemorates the team, their story and their achievements through exclusive interviews with P.J. Carlesimo, Bill Raftery, John Morton, Andrew Gaze, Tom Luicci, Jerry Izenberg plus many more.
"Of all the teams that finished second, Seton Hall is still the only one they remember"
- Bill Raftery, CBS Sports
The Palestra: Cathedral of Basketball
Premiered on ESPN Classic, Comcast SportsNet, MiND TV & WHYY.
2007 Fest Favorite, Philadelphia Film Festival
This feature-length documentary traces the evolution of college basketball through the rise of the most historic arena in the country. Discover how this building became the stamping ground for the game that captured the heart of America, and how its majestic influence would ultimately diminish as the very sport it had nurtured blossomed into lavish and high-priced popularity.
Eight decades in the most hallowed halls of college hoops is illuminated through never-before-seen historical footage, the majestic voice-over talents of NFL Film's Harry Kalas, and interviews with college basketball's most noted figures, such as NBA great Bill Bradley; Naismith Hall of Fame Coaches Chuck Daly, Dr. Jack Ramsay and John Chaney; best-selling sports author John Feinstein; and, CBS/ESPN analyst Bill Raftery.
"It brought tears to my eyes. Spectacular, spectacular job!"
- Phil Martelli, St. Joe's Basketball
In 2010, the University of South Caroline Men's Baseball team overcame incredible odds to win the College World Series for the first time in school history. To this day the players and coaches attribute their success to a young boy named Bayler, who passed away after a two-year battle with cancer.
"Bayler Ball" will tell the amazing story of how a 7 year old's battle for life off the field will never be forgotten by a group of young men on the field.
The Man Who Made Wall Street
He gave no interviews, kept no diaries, held no public offices, and destroyed most of his personal papers and records. Yet, his financial genius steered our fragile country through devastating depressions, and guided American business through the longest period of economic growth any nation in history has experienced. Today, however, Anthony Drexel's influence and accomplishments are mostly forgotten, or credited to others, including the cultivation of a young and under-achieving war profiteer by the name of John Pierpont Morgan.
"The Man Who Made Wall Street" will fully rectify to a national broadcast audience the serious omission of one of our nation's most influential historical figures who simply never cared who got the credit.
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The Curse of William Penn
2007 Official Selection, Philadelphia Film Festival
For nearly 25 years, from 1983 to 2008, Philadelphia sports experiences an unprecidented drought. Never before in the history of sports has a city with four major sports teams gone that long without winning a championship. In a town with such storied sports traditions and competitive teams, how could this have happened?
The Curse of William Penn.
This documentary explores the possibility of a curse in the City of Brother Love, sparked by the breaking of a century-old gentlemen's agreement. The likelihood of 100 cursed seasons is explored and debated through a host of exclusive interviews including Kevin Bacon, Stephen A. Smith, Pat Croce, Phil Martelli, Ray Didinger and Harry Kalas.
"Excellent slice of life film which captures the spirit of Philly in all its brashness, loudness and fervor...it exposes the heart of Philly, loudly and proud"
- Festival Review
"This was a great documentary...if you love Philly sports, you will love this movie!"
- Festival Review
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