The sports film sparking a grassroots movement.

Why focus on film screenings?

Movie screenings have the extraordinary power to rally a community together around a common theme, build connections, spark discussions, and stimulate support for adapted sports.

Why The Rebound?

The Rebound is ENTERTAINMENT and a TOOL that raises awareness for wheelchair basketball, shifts perspectives on disability, and motivates communities. We’ve shared the movie at 70+ screenings at major film festivals, schools, conferences, and special events. This is only the beginning.

How can we join the movement?

Every time a new person sees The Rebound, the possibilities for that person, their community and the sport all expand. Our goal is for communities around the world to host 500 Screenings in 2018 to create a wave of local, regional and national awareness for wheelchair basketball and adapted athletes.


Together, we will create a more inclusive world, one where all people have equal opportunities to participate in sport, regardless of their abilities.


Upcoming Screenings


San Diego, CA - San Diego State University

Presented by Aztec Adaptive Sports and One SDSU


Charlotte, NC - Charlotte Jr Rollin' Hornets

Screening Grant Presented by ABC Medical


Reston, VA - Langston Hughes Middle School

Feat. Q&A w/ filmmakers and wheelchair basketball demo


New York, NY - The Jewish Museum

Hosted by The Jewish Museum's 'Movies That Matter' series

Not sure where to start?

Doug GarnerThe Rebound is an amazing film that would be a great supplement for any class...The characters clearly articulate their personal stories and the value of sport in their lives. This is a truly life-changing film!
Doug Garner
Head Coach, University of Texas at Arlington Movin' Mavs
The secret weapon of The Rebound – the reason why this movie affects you so deeply, even if you don’t care about sports – lies within the personal stories of the players.
Rene Rodriguez
Film Review, The Miami Herald