WHO’S IN IT?
Stephan James (Selma), Jason Sudeikis (Horrible Bosses), Jeremy Irons (The Man Who Knew Infinity), Carice van Houten (Game of Thrones), William Hurt (A History of Violence), Shanice Banton (Lost Girl), Amanda Crew (Sex Drive), Jeremy Ferdman (Horrorween), Barnaby Metschurat (Solino), David Kross (The Reader), Glynn Turman (Gremlins), Jonathan Aris (The Martian), Shamier Anderson (Nostrum), Tony Curran (Pearl Harbor), Nicholas Woodeson (Skyfall), Giacomo Gianniotti (Grey’s Anatomy), Eli Goree (Godzilla), Anthony Sherwood (Honey), Jon McLaren (The Covenant), Tim McInnerny (Blackadder), Adrian Zwicker (Miracle at St. Anna)
WHO’S BEHIND THE CAMERA?
Stephen Hopkins (The Life and Death of Peter Sellers), director, producer; Joe Shrapnel (Frankie & Alice) and Anna Waterhouse (Frankie & Alice), writers; Karsten Brünig (Good), Luc Dayan (film debut), Kate Garwood (The Reaping), Jean-Charles Levy (The Tall Man), Nicolas Manuel (The Love Punch), Louis-Philippe Rochon (Lost and Delirious) and Dominique Séguin (Walled In), producers; Rachel Portman (Chocolat), composer; Peter Levy (Broken Arrow), cinematographer; John Smith (Leaving Las Vegas), editor
WHAT’S IT ABOUT?
African-American athlete Jesse Owens (James) sets out to become one of the greatest track and field athletes in sporting history, which leads him to compete at the 1936 Olympics in Berlin, at the height of Adolf Hitler’s reign…
IN ONE SENTENCE, WHY SHOULD YOU BE EXCITED?
Race tells the inspiring true story of Jesse Owens, who overcame prejudice and social norms to become one of history’s greatest sporting legends, and even got a chance to show off his skills in front of one of history’s greatest monsters.