At the Heart of Gold: Inside the USA Gymnastics Scandal is a feature-length documentary that investigates the dangerous culture that allowed abuser Larry Nassar to operate for so long, and the organizations that prioritized winning over child safety.
Nominated for the 2018 Academy Award for Best Documentary (Short), End Game weaves together three stories of visionary medical providers who practice on the cutting edge of life and death, helping to change the way we think about both.
On September 5, 1972, the world watched in horror as 11 Israeli athletes were taken hostage at the Olympic Games in Munich. 20 hours later, they would all be killed. Munich ‘72 and Beyond takes the viewer on an emotional journey from the beginning of the attacks through to present day, where a new memorial is helping to inspire healing.
Extremis is a powerful documentary exploring end-of-life decision making. Our parent organization, The Foundation for Global Sports Development, is proud to have supported this important film.
This biographical piece shares details from the life of Elsa Brändström, a Swedish nurse and philanthropis who, in the aftermath World War I, traveled to Siberia to help care for the German and Austrian POWs.
Positive All the Way follows Sir Philip Craven, the President of the International Paralympic Committee, and how he guided the world’s largest adaptive sports organization to become a global leader for social change.
Waterman documents the struggles and achievements—both public and private—of the legendary Duke Kahanmoku, swimmer, surfer, Olympian, and cultural ambassador for Hawaii.
Doping for Gold is a 2008 episode of PBS’s Secrets of the Dead. The show used Sidewinder Films producer Dr. Steven Ungerleider’s book Faust’s Gold: Inside the East German Doping Machine, to look at the East German doping scheme of the 1970s.