Heisman Trophy winner, national champion and NFL veteran, and professional baseball player Tim Tebow can now add “filmmaker” to his impressive list of accomplishments. Tebow and his brother Robby are executive producers of the new film Run the Race, telling the inspiring fictional story of two high school athlete brothers who see their relationship tested as they seek different paths out of their troubled lives.
Coming to theaters February 22, Run the Race explores the highs and lows of family and the importance of leaning in closer through thick and thin. It is a movie for your entire family, made with a student audience in mind, that is funny, relatable, and inspiring.
No family is perfect. Zach and Dave Truett’s certainly isn’t. But in Run the Race, these brothers discover there is no pain and separation that God can’t heal and restore.
“This movie helps the viewer put themselves in the shoes of, ‘I’ve been hurt by family, but also my best times were with my family,’” says Executive Producer Tim Tebow.
Learn more at RuntheRaceMovie.com.
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