Hall of Fame Premieres Documentary In Search of Greatness

Hall of Fame Premieres Documentary In Search of Greatness

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The Pro Football Hall of Fame will be hosting a screening for the movie “In Search of Greatness” in the Event Center on Saturday, Oct. 27. The Canton premiere is FREE with museum admission, but fans must RSVP due to limited spacing.


poster-in-search“In Search of Greatness” is an inspirational documentary opening November 2nd nationwide. The film reveals the true nature and nurture of the greatest athletes of all time. Through a series of intimate conversations and captivating footage, award-winning filmmaker Gabe Polsky (RED ARMY, GENIUS) leads viewers on an entertaining, thrilling, and inspiring personal journey. Featuring original interviews with iconic athletes Wayne Gretzky, Pelé, and Jerry Rice, as well as renowned thought leaders, Sir Ken Robinson and David Epstein.
Fans will have a chance to watch the movie by tuning into the HOF’s Facebook account (facebook.com/profootballhof) or channel (https://livestream.com/profootballhof) at 1 PM ET on Oct. 27.
After the movie, HOF President David Baker will host a chalk talk Director Gabe Polsky at 3 PM. This will also be livestreamed.
The Hall of Fame has become a football movie/documentary premiere capital. Movies and documentaries such as “Greater,”  “’85 The Greatest Team in Football History” and the NFL Network’s “A Football Life,” have all premiered at the Hall of Fame.
Here’s what some critics had to say about the movie


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