PG-13 | | Documentary, Drama, Sport
A film following the lives of two inner-city Chicago boys who struggle to become college basketball players on the road to going professional.
The film was ultimately nominated for Best Picture Editing which spurred a serious controversy when it came to the film for either Best Picture or Best Documentary because of the way the process was handled by the voters who purposely gave the film a lower score for the film to disappear off the ballot because the chairman who was part of the Documentary Branch had her own film in the running and voted for that film as a favor. The film would spur a reform in the way the Documentary branch would handle future films under this category.
Welcome to the 38th Annual NBA All Star game from Chicago Stadium.
Thanks to Marshall High School and Coach Luther Bedford. This Chicago Public high school is dedicated to academic excellence for all its students. The Hoop Dreams Fund will be used to help Marshall's graduating seniors attend college.
$18,396 16 October 1994