Between the Rivers: The Story of The Land Between the Lakes

They had called their community “Between the Rivers” for more than 150 years because water had separated them from the rest of the world—the Cumberland to the east and the Tennessee to the west. But when the dams came and the rivers bloated into lakes, the Between the Rivers community, consisting of over 800 families, […]

Black Beach/White Beach: A Tale of Two Beaches

In Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, two national motorcycle festivals are held over the weeks around the Memorial Day holiday. One festival is primarily white, the other is predominantly black. While bikers of both colors enjoy both festivals, the city, community, and state have a vastly different way of looking at these two festivals, creating a divide among […]

Granny’s Got Game

Granny’s Got Game is a documentary film about a senior women’s basketball team in North Carolina. These seven fiercely competitive women in their seventies battle physical limitations and social stigma to keep doing what they love. The film follows them for a year as they compete for another National Senior Games championship. After two decades […]


Doubletime follows two disparate teams –one suburban white and one inner-city black– as they train to compete against each other for the very first time. The Bouncing Bulldogs of Chapel Hill, North Carolina and The Double Dutch Forces of Columbia, South Carolina are the two top American teams. Although they train in neighboring states, the […]

Coach Morgan Wootten and the DeMatha Legacy

Is Basketball Hall of Fame Coach Morgan Wootten the greatest high school basketball coach ever and possibly one of the best coaches in any sport at any level? As the first high school coach in the Basketball Hall of Fame, and with an unparalleled win-loss record and numerous Washington, DC and National Championships, Morgan was […]

Los Jets

In a small southern city, a group of “outsiders” will show the world what it means to be a champion. This is the real story of Los Jets–a North Carolina high school soccer team made up almost entirely of young Latino men whose parents immigrated here in search of a better life. Some of there […]


Director Rex Miller began searching for Althea Gibson’s story because of a photograph that hung on the wall of his childhood bedroom. Taken in 1960, it shows two brown-skinned women, dressed in their tennis whites, holding tennis rackets and standing on the front lawn of the Merion Cricket Club, a prestigious and highly restricted tennis […]