By Indiewire | Indiewire February 18, 2014 at 5:40PM
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Tweetable Logline: After their program is cut, the Boston University wrestling team grapples through adversity as it fights to save itself from extinction.
Elevator Pitch: After their program is cut, the Boston University wrestling team grapples through the adversity of its final season as a recognized program. With a sport like wrestling, being such a tightly-knit community, the loss of a program is much more than a small brief in the sports section; it’s the loss of a passion. At the base of everything, this is an emotional story of loss, brotherhood, and perseverance in the face of adversity. It's the story of a family facing certain extinction, and it redefines the what it truly means to "win."
Mike Abelson: Co-Director, Executive Producer, Interviewer/Writer
Fernando Martinez: Composing the Original Music for the film (also scored "Bending Steel," 2013)
Brady Darragh: Editor
Jack Goodman: Audio Post-Production & Sound Design
About the Production: Mike and I began this project nearly half a year ago. We have watched it grow literally right in front of our eyes, and through our lens, into something bigger than we ever could have hoped for; something with a life of its own, something bigger than ourselves. What's inspired us to get out of bed each day and make this film, is the young men whose story we are trying to champion. Their story of brotherhood and a family facing adversity together, has motivated both Mike and I to tell this story in the most compelling way possible.
Current Status: Nearing the end of production while also fundraising for post-production.
For more information and to support this project: Indiegogo Page.