Power of the Dream

Coming to Prime Video On June 18, 2024
  • About

    Power of the Dream is a new documentary film about the empowering and unlikely true story of how a group of professional women's basketball players took on a WNBA team owner and rallied behind now-Senator Raphael Warnock, forever changing the landscape of their sport and the course of U.S. politics.
     

    Power of the Dream is from Industrial Media, Trilogy Films, Joy Mill Entertainment, and TOGETHXR. The documentary is produced by Dawn Porter, Sue Bird, Nneka Ogwumike, and Tracee Ellis Ross. The executive producers are Eli Holzman, Aaron Saidman, Jessica Robertson, Brett Bouttier, and Reni Calister. Porter is also set to direct.

Press Contacts
Ben Brown
Jacqueline Giaccio
Shawntavia Ross
Margot Biamon
Availability

Worldwide

Assets

Loading image
  • {{item.title}} {{item.title}} {{item.title}} {{item.title}} Download Added {{item.publishDateTimeText}}
No records found
Loading image
  • {{item.title}} {{item.title}} {{item.title}} {{item.title}} Download Added {{item.publishDateTimeText}}
No records found
Loading image
  • {{item.title}} Download Added {{item.publishDateTimeText}}
No records found
Loading image
  • {{item.title}} Download Added {{item.publishDateTimeText}}
No records found
Loading image
  • {{item.title}} Download Added {{item.publishDateTimeText}}
No records found

Log Line

Power of the Dream is a new documentary film about the empowering and unlikely true story of how a group of professional women's basketball players took on a WNBA team owner and rallied behind now-Senator Raphael Warnock, forever changing the landscape of their sport and the course of U.S. politics.

Show Description

Power of the Dream is a new documentary film about the empowering and unlikely true story of how a group of professional women's basketball players took on a WNBA team owner and rallied behind now-Senator Raphael Warnock, forever changing the landscape of their sport and the course of U.S. politics.
 

Power of the Dream is from Industrial Media, Trilogy Films, Joy Mill Entertainment, and TOGETHXR. The documentary is produced by Dawn Porter, Sue Bird, Nneka Ogwumike, and Tracee Ellis Ross. The executive producers are Eli Holzman, Aaron Saidman, Jessica Robertson, Brett Bouttier, and Reni Calister. Porter is also set to direct.