A Most Beautiful Thing

January 15, 2020

A Most Beautiful Thing

The documentary feature, A Most Beautiful Thing, chronicles the first African American high school rowing team in America. The story begins in the most surprising of places, the West Side of Chicago, where a group of young men (many from rival gangs) came together in the same boat, rocking the affluent world of crew. 

Narrated and executive produced by Common, a Grammy, Oscar and Emmy award-winning artist, executive produced by NBA Stars Grant Hill and Dwyane Wade along with Grammy-winning producer 9th Wonder and directed by award-winning filmmaker Mary Mazzio. 

The documentary will be released in March 2020 at AMC Theatres in Los Angeles, New York, Chicago, Boston, Oakland, Philadelphia, Miami, and Washington DC.

Check out the trailer for the upcoming film, A Most Beautiful Thing, HERE! 

 *Information and photos courtesy of Row2K and 50 Eggs Productions 

*Website for the film: amostbeautifulthing.com




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