Exploring the sexual abuse scandal that shook the sports world in 2017.
This documentary tells the story of college football player Eric LeGrand of Avenel, NJ and mountain biker Steve Shope of Newfields, NH, who both competed at a high level, but suddenly became paralyzed on the field.
This documentary explores how the National Football League, America’s most popular sports organization, is confronting the enormous challenge of making the game safer, chronicling the physical toll of the game on its players.
A deeply personal look at another side of professional sports, this documentary focuses on the challenges of balancing the pursuit of professional success and family obligations.
This documentary explores the burgeoning science of happiness, which maintains there are four basic pillars to being happy: relationships, health, purpose and money. The film follows NFL players as they search for happiness once their careers are over.
This documentary film series will take on complex and multi-layered themes in sports. State of Play: Trophy Kids will feature an examination of the obsession a growing number of parents have in the scholastic athletic competition of their children.
This documentary chronicles the life and career of Marty Glickman, a Jewish-American athlete-turned-broadcaster who pioneered many of the techniques, phrases and programming innovations that are commonplace in sports reporting today.
An intimate and candid profile of the public triumphs and private struggles of the Olympic gold medal diver and LGBT trailblazer – Greg Louganis.
In a time of conflict, is the reward of organized sport worth the risk? Amid the conflict of the Middle East, the Palestine national football team keeps playing. Should they take the field when the stakes off the field are as high as life and death?
Combative sport has transcended time, and remains popular today. Is violence an inherent part of sports, or is it an inherent part of human beings? This film explores combat sports through two father-son relationships.
Having spent his entire adult life as a professional boxer, 35-year-old Raymundo “Sugar Ray” Beltran (31-7-1, 19 KOs), a Mexican immigrant and father of three, is striving to win his first world title as his career wanes.
In this fictional drama, a former IBM executive, Joe MacMillan (Lee Pace), plans to reverse-engineer the flagship product of his former employer, and he forces his current company, Cardiff Electric, into the personal computer race. MacMillan enlists the help of Gordon Clark (Scoot McNairy), a once-great engineer who dreams of creating a revolutionary product while trying to manage his initially unsupportive wife, Donna (Kerry Bishé), and Cameron Howe (Mackenzie Davis), a volatile prodigy who puts her future in jeopardy to join MacMillan’s rogue PC project.
The series charts the changing culture of Texas’ Silicon Prairie while tensions build within the group as they attempt to navigate the thin line between visionary and fraud and genius and delusion, and as their drive to do something that matters runs up against their ability to truly innovate.
This is an industry founded on a singular concept: As soon as you invent something, someone else has invented something that does exactly the same thing, but better, cheaper and faster.
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