Bert Marcus Looks Beyond Sports for Boxing Documentary 'Champs'

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Champs filmmaker Bert Marcus talks to The Credits about his new boxing documentary.

Says Marcus, "The goal is that collectively, through introspection and knowledge, we as a society can overcome the most daunting circumstances, and learn what it truly means to be a champion. What does it take to be a champion outside the ring, in life? We wanted to transcend the sport of boxing, and not make it just a sports film. This film is geared toward a much broader audience. Boxing is a sport that preys upon the lowest economic segment in our country, so we’re hoping to shed the light on these forgotten champions and ask, Where do they go from here?"

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