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The Color Of The Puck

Amidst the backdrop of the American civil rights movement, Canadian Willie O'Ree overcomes racial prejudice and a career-threatening injury to become "the Jackie Robinson of hockey," the first black man to play in the National Hockey League.

Written by: Mark Golik    

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Format: Screenplay
Budget: Modest
Starring Roles For: Roger Cross
Derek Luke
Dule Hill
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Posted: 08/26/2004
Updated: 07/24/2018
Author Bio:
In addition to the inspirational sports biopic THE COLOR OF THE PUCK, a finalist in both the Canada International Film Festival Screenplay Contest and the All Sports Los Angeles Film Festival, multi-optioned writer Mark Golik is the author of the biological thriller DEATHWIND (semifinalist, WriteMovies Writing Contest, FilmStream Screenplay Competition), the supernatural drama BECAUSE THE NIGHT (semifinalist, FilmMakers International Screenwriting Awards, Emerging Screenwriters Screenplay Competition) and the suspense drama POTION MAN (finalist, California Film Awards, Fresh Voices Screenplay Competition).

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Contest Results:
ScreenCraft Family (Semifinalist) [2015]
Black Screenplays Matter (Semifinalist) [2018]
Canada Fest (Finalist) [2014]
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