Hockeyland is an upcoming film by director Tommy Haines that focuses on rivaling high school hockey teams in North Country, Minnesota.
The town is known for its unique pool of talented hockey players that have gone on to play professionally in the National Hockey League.
Hockeyland is expected to release in theaters on Sept. 9.
Here is what the article states –
“Hockeyland” is produced by Tommy Haines, Andrew Sherburne, and J.T. Haines, executive produced by Carson Kipfer and is a production of Northland Films, a Midwest-based nonfiction film company. The film has played leading documentary film festivals including DOC NYC, Big Sky, Seattle, Milwaukee and RiverRun.
Greenwich co-president Ed Arentz said: “Tommy and Andrew are Minnesota natives and as their debut doc ‘Pond Hockey’ amply demonstrated, they know their way around hockey. With the keenly observed celebration of what high school hockey means to Minnesotans, they further enhance their growing reputation as chroniclers of midwestern America life.”
Haines added: “We’re thrilled to be partnering with Greenwich on the release of ‘Hockeyland.’ Their proven track record with action-oriented documentaries and art house audiences is a perfect combination for an observational coming-of-age hockey story.”
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