Critically acclaimed director Dana Brown (“Step Into Liquid” and “Dust to Glory”) teams up with his father, Academy Award Nominee Bruce Brown (“Endless Summer” and “On Any Sunday”) to journey deeper into the humanity, thrills and excitement of the global culture of motorcycle riding; those that are bonded by their passion for the race, the thrill of the ride, the love of the family and friendship, and on a deeper level – their quest for the thrill of the next ride.
In 1971, “On Any Sunday” starring Steve McQueen opened in theaters and wrote its place in motorcycle history. It also transcended the sport to reach a wide audience through a cast of engaging characters and variety of heartfelt stories. “On Any Sunday, The Next Chapter” will continue this family tradition and also pass the torch to the next generation. A lot has happened in the past 40 years, but the passion for riding is timeless and continues today.
Human flight visionary and Alaska native Jon Devore is one of the world’s most experienced skydivers, aerial stuntmen, BASE jumpers, and wingsuit pilots but his need for speed has its origins on the Alaskan slopes he grew up skiing. The discovery of speedriding allowed him to combine his passions and presented the possibility for Devore to realize a lifelong dream: skiing North America’s most remote and imposing peaks. To prepare for the most ambitious expedition of his career, Devore travels to Europe to learn about speedriding’s short history and rapid evolution as well as facing the inevitable human costs of a new and dangerous sport. Devore must also assemble an elite team for his Alaska mission, recruiting American air-sport ace Andy Farrington, master rigger and developer of their experimental equipment and fearless Italian skydiver Filippo Fabbi, Europe’s foremost speedriding pilot. Experienced and determined, the crew sets their sights on Alaska, embarking on a trip that will take Speedriiding to the next level and change the way we see mountain sports forever.
The team is a rag-tag bunch of girls with their own agenda. A bunch of girls who have forgotten what it is like to play for the love of the game. Of playing because you want glory for your country. Not because you want a pensioned job or a government flat. They have all forgotten the sharp thrill of just holding the hockey stick, keeping their eyes on the ball and playing for all they are worth. They have played every game but hockey to make sure they get selected every year in the Indian National team. But what does it really mean to play for the Indian National team? To play for India?
The girls have never known the thrilling energy of being Team India. Of giving their all to see their country's name on a trophy. But Kabir Khan, once a captain, now forgotten, does. He knows what it takes to get there. And what it means to return empty handed. This time, he wants to make sure that it's different. He knows there are no second chances. Despite his past, he believes that if only the girls played as one, anything would be possible.
Because Kabir Khan believes that it is not that we can't win. It's just that we have never believed we can.
CHAK DE INDIA is the story of a coach's fight of making his team, Team India by overcoming their diverse backgrounds, by learning to use everything that life hurls on them as a secret weapon. It's a story about honesty, sincerity and integrity. The Film became a cult classic and won its leading man the National Award and put the Indian National Sport "Hockey", back on the map.
Did the conflict begin over money? Was it the P.U.F which gave millions more to one university or the Longhorn Network opportunity that was too good to pass up that triggered the dissolution of the rivalry? Could there be too much animosity involved to make this game a reality?
Lone Star Holy War offers a historical review of the rivalry, interviews from former coaches and players, sports analysts and fans from the beginning to the end…or is it.