Age of Champions

PBS, 2012

Age of Champions is the award-winning documentary following five competitors who sprint, leap, and swim for gold at the National Senior Olympics. You’ll meet a 100-year-old tennis champion, 86-year-old pole vaulter, and rough-and-tumble basketball grandmothers as they triumph over the limitations of age.

The Washington Post called the film “infectiously inspiring” and theater audiences across the country have fallen in love with its light-hearted take on growing older. It’s a powerful story to share with the whole family and get inspired to be healthier, happier, and more active.



Diamond in the Dunes

PBS, 2014

China’s Xinjiang Province is divided between the Uyghur Muslim minority and the ruling Han Chinese. Since 1949, Uyghur and Chinese have lived in racial segregation—until the arrival of baseball.

Inspired by the legacy of Jackie Robinson, Uyghur university student Parhat has a miraculous dream that baseball will heal Xinjiang’s racial divide and lift the spirits of his people.

Parhat leads his university baseball team—the only team for 1,000 miles in any direction—with students of both ethnicities. Finally, after a year of practice, Parhat and the team travel thirty hours by train to the Tibetan Plateau to play their only game of the season.

For these players, baseball is more than a game: it’s a test of their unity and a vehicle for their spiritual transformation.



Roughing It: Mongolia

PBS, 2008

Roughing It: Mongolia is an adventurous journey across 1,600 miles of Mongolia’s deserts, mountains, and taiga. You’ll meet nomadic reindeer herders, a tribal shamaness, and peer into an ancient way of life that has remained intact since the times of Ghengis Khan. The New York Times hailed the film’s “fascinating material” and “good eye for the unusual.”


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