In 1997 Andre Agassi was ranked 141st in the world, married to a celebrity and consumed with hate for the game that gave him everything. Hitting rock bottom, he embarks on a soul searching mission to slay the nightmare dragon of his youth and feel the power of true love on his way to the 1999 French Open and maybe the greatest comeback in sports history.
On March 15, 1963, the NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament hosted a game between Mississippi State and Loyola of Chicago. The game is one of the most memorable sporting events in the civil rights movement. It served as a vehicle to challenge racial segregation in athletics and helped to forever change college basketball and advance civil rights in this country.
A struggling American sports agent mired in debt decides to take drastic action in order to save his business, by helping Cuba’s most famous baseball player defect to the United States. He soon realizes that he is entirely unprepared for what lies ahead, plunging into a world of traffickers, con-men and criminals. Based on the true stories of players who have risked everything to chase the American dream.
Logline: A down-on-his-luck father and husband in 1970s London decides to make money by fighting in illegal boxing matches. Inspired by Lenny McLean – his rise from bareknuckle fighter to celebrity, his struggle to stay at the top, and his ultimate demise.
Logline: The corrupt boosters of a small Southern university use any means necessary to get their teams on the national stage and turn them into championship contenders.
It’s 1970 and Bear Bryant, the winningest coach in college football history, is coming off of a losing season. His all-white University of Alabama Crimson Tide team lacks strength and speed. When he engineers an exhibition game against the USC Trojans, a team powered by the first all African American backfield, the mystery of this enigmatic strategist deepens.
Logline: A dying man takes a road trip with his best friends and former high school teammates to see all 30 Major League ballparks before he dies.
Logline: A gay linebacker for the Dallas Cowboys deals with his life on the down low while struggling to make his mark in the most macho of professional sports, and the consequences of becoming the first active NFL player in history to come out of the closet.
Reformed gangster Ricky, his wife Julia, daughter Raya, and son Zak scrape a living together performing in tiny venues. When brother and sister get the chance to audition for the WWE, Raya and Zak learn that becoming an international superstar demands more than they ever dreamed possible.