Citizen Ashe follows the life and career of Arthur Ashe, from his on-court success to his activism off of it and his death from AIDS-related complications in 1993. Co-directed by Emmy Award-winning filmmakers Rex Miller and Sam Pollard, the doc explores Ashe’s legacy as both a humanitarian and a tennis player.
Waterman explores the journey and legacy of Duke Paoa Kahanamoku, the Native Hawaiian who was a five-time Olympic medalist and undisputed father of modern-day surfing. Narrated by Jason Momoa, this original documentary by Sidewinder Films features commentary from surfing’s biggest stars, including first-ever Olympic gold medalist Carissa Moore, while also delving into his personal successes, struggles and humanitarianism through rare footage, contemporary visuals and incisive interviews. Now Available on Amazone Prime Video.
Positive All the Way explores how the former president of the International Paralympic Committee used these principles as a compass to guide the world’s largest adaptive sports organization to become a global leader for social change. Personal interviews and captivating footage illustrate how the growing Paralympic movement is challenging the world’s perception of disability. As the film explores the power of adaptive sport to ignite the human spirit, it simultaneously weaves a tapestry of one man’s journey to bring inclusion and opportunity to the world.
Featuring exclusive interviews with survivors of the 2017 sexual abuse scandal, the Emmy-nominated documentary looks at the shocking stories of the gymnasts who made courageous efforts to reveal a dangerous system that prioritized winning over everything. Premiered worldwide at the 2019 Tribeca Film Festival. Now Available on HBO/On Demand.
This Emmy-nominated documentary presents new insight into the first act of modern terror on a global stage, when Palestinian extremists killed 11 Israeli athletes, disrupting the Summer Olympics and shocking the world. With chilling detail, the film unravels why and how the attack happened, its aftermath, and its importance to us today. It also captures the subsequent 43-year fight for public remembrance by the victims’ families. Now Available on PBS.