Mighty Jerome (Short Version)

In 1959, at just 19, Harry Jerome was Canada's most promising track and field star on his way to the Olympics in Rome. By 1962, after suffering a gruesome leg injury, there was every reason to think that his racing days were over. But Jerome was not just a champion on the track; he was doubly determined off it. And so began his climb to what his coach, Bill Bowerman, called "the greatest comeback in track and field history."

Through years of unparalleled political turbulence, racial conflict and his own personal challenges, Harry Jerome kept his head down and ran, displaying strength of character and willful perseverance every bit as impressive as his record-setting athleticism.

Filmmaker Charles Officer uses gorgeous monochrome imagery, impassioned interviews and astonishing archival footage to tell the runner's triumphant story, from his early days in North Vancouver, through his three Olympics and his unequalled streak of records, to his sudden and tragically premature death. Family, friends and teammates recall a man who forever changed the Canadian sports landscape and made an indelible mark upon the world.

Compelling, surprising and urgently paced, Mighty Jerome will electrify sports fans, history buffs and all those with an appreciation for tales of courage and redemption.

Les évaluations professionnelles et les guides pédagogiques sont réservées aux abonnés CAMPUS.


Des fonctionnalités conçues spécialement pour les profs!

En savoir plus   Déjà abonnés? Connectez-vous.


Charles Officer
Charles Officer
Selwyn Jacob
Jesse James Miller
directeur de la photographie
John Price
Schaun Tozer
Saul Williams
conception sonore
Jonathan Ritchie
superviseur du montage sonore
Jonathan Ritchie
Eric Davies
Tim Lue
Nykeem Provo
Claire Burns
Fidel Dwayne Hodge
Diana Abbatangelo
Perri Gorrara
Evilia Nikolouzos
Evilia Nikolouzos
Charles Officer
Paul Morstad
recherche de documents d'archives
Found Images Research
Sylvia Mezei
Stephen Brunt
Cheryl Foggo
mixeur du repiquage
Jonathan Ritchie
producteur exécutif
Tracey Friesen


Discussion Veuillez vous connecter pour ajouter votre commentaire
Vous n'êtes pas membre? Cliquez ici