The Miracle Season

1 hr 39 min

PG

Every Point Every Game Every Match Was For Her

Based on the inspiring true story of West High School girls' volleyball team. After the loss of the school's star player, Caroline "Line" Found, in an accident, the remaining team players must band together under the guidance of their tough-love coach in hope of winning the state championship.

  • Pre-show and trailers run for approximately 20 minutes before the movie starts.1 hr 39 minPG
  • Drama
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The Miracle Season will help spread the Women of Troy’s story, and shine a light on these truly amazing women.

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Cast & Crew

  • HELEN HUNT

    HELEN HUNTKathy Bresnahan

    Helen Hunt began studying acting at the age of eight with her father, respected director and acting coach Gordon Hunt. A year later she made her professional debut and afterwards worked steadily in films, theatre and television.
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  • William Hurt

    William HurtErnie Found

    William McChord Hurt was born in Washington, D.C., to Claire Isabel (McGill) and Alfred McChord Hurt, who worked at the State Department. He was trained at Tufts University and The Juilliard School and has been nominated for four Academy Awards, including the most recent nomination for his supporting role in David Cronenberg's A History of Violence (2005). Hurt received Best Supporting Actor accolades for the role from the Los Angeles Film Critics circle and the New York Film Critics Circle. Hurt spent the early years of his career on the stage between drama school, summer stock, regional repertory and off-Broadway, appearing in more than fifty productions including "Henry V", "5th of July", "Hamlet", "Uncle Vanya", "Richard II", "Hurlyburly" (for which he was nominated for a Tony Award), "My Life" (winning an Obie Award for Best Actor), "A Midsummer's Night's Dream" and "Good". For radio, Hurt read Paul Theroux's "The Grand Railway Bazaar", for the BBC Radio Four and "The Shipping News" by Annie Proulx. He has recorded "The Polar Express", "The Boy Who Drew Cats", "The Sun Also Rises" and narrated the documentaries, "Searching for America: The Odyssey of John Dos Passos", "Einstein-How I See the World" and the English narration of Elie Wiesel's "To Speak the Unspeakable", a documentary directed and produced by Pierre Marmiesse. In 1988, Hurt was awarded the first Spencer Tracy Award from UCLA.
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  • Danika Yarosh

    Danika YaroshCaroline Found

    Danika Yarosh was born on October 1, 1998 in Morristown, New Jersey. An avid dancer, Danika quickly found her footing in the dance world, winning titles at many regional and national competitions. It was this high energy performance background that enabled her graceful transition to the Broadway stage where she played Karen Davidson in the Tony award winning hit Billy Elliot: The Musical. Since then, Danika has worked in various other mediums such as print, commercial, television, and film. She currently resides in Los Angeles, California.
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  • Erin Moriarty

    Erin MoriartyKelley Fliehler

    New York City-born Erin Moriarty launched her acting career in a way many hopefuls dream of: with an awards-recognized project.Erin first appeared on screen in the Emmy-nominated soap opera One Life to Live (1968)in 2010, playing the character Whitney Bennett in six episodes. in 2011 she built on her TV work with a guest role in an episode of Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (1999). The following year, Erin landed a small part in her first feature film. Acting alongside Ben Stiller, Vince Vaughn and Jonah Hill, she appeared in the sci-fi comedy The Watch (2012).In 2013, she took another supporting gig in a movie. The coming-of-age drama The Kings of Summer (2013) follows three teenagers who hatch a plan to part ways with their parents and live off the land in a house built by themselves.Portraying Natalie Walraven, the daughter of Radha Mitchell's character, Erin also worked on the 2013 TV series Red Widow (2013). She stayed in TV in 2014 and played the daughter of Woody Harrelson's hard character Marty Hart in the first season of the Emmy-winning and Golden Globe-nominated True Detective (2014). It was a role that required her to appear in three episodes. Since the show wrapped, Erin has said playing a Goth was "fun...because it's the opposite of how I present myself, and is the opposite of any role I'd been considered for."In 2015, Erin landed a recurring guest role on hit Netflix crime action series Jessica Jones (2015). In 2016's Captain Fantastic (2016), starring Viggo Mortensen, she played the supporting role of Claire in the film festival favorite about the changing dynamics of a unique family. Erin followed that up with the action thriller Blood Father (2016) (2016), starring Mel Gibson and William H. Macy. She went on to play a starring role as Kelly in the biopic The Miracle Season (2018) (2018), alongside Helen Hunt.
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  • REBECCA STAAB

    REBECCA STAABBethany

    Rebecca Staab was born in Hays, Kansas and grew up in Omaha, Nebraska. Excelling in academics, Rebecca had a 4.0 GPA in both high school and college, and placed in the top five finalists in the Miss USA pageant as Miss Nebraska. Rebecca's most recent work includes the film "Breakthrough" alongside Chrissy Metz (This is Us), Topher Grace, Josh Lucas, and Mike Colter - a true-story based on the book "The Impossible" by Joyce Smith. Movie theater audiences can see Rebecca co-starring in the film "The Miracle Season," alongside William Hurt and Helen Hunt. ABC thriller series "Somewhere Between" features Rebecca as series regular "Colleen Dekizer," working with the likes of Devon Sawa and Paula Patton. On "The Chronicle Mysteries," Rebecca plays the newspaper's Society Editor/Know-It-All as series regular "Eileen Bruce." Rebecca also stars as a series regular lead in the project "Manopause." Not every girl gets the chance to be a Marvel Comic superhero, but Rebecca starred in the first cult-hit film version of "The Fantastic Four" as the original "Susan Storm -- The Invisible Girl." She is enthusiastically remembered by many fans of the film "Love Potion No. 9," for her famous "verbally castrating" bar room scenes with Tate Donovan, and is also recognized frequently for the "top funniest commercials of the year" TAG body spray, as the Mrs. Robinson-MILF who seduces her daughter's boyfriend. Rebecca played the title role in Indy film "A House on a Hill", starring with Philip Baker Hall, and worked on the critically acclaimed film "A Perfect Ending" with John Heard. Some of Rebecca's other series regular roles include the sex-crazed anchorwoman Sherry Beck on the newsroom drama "Live Shot"; innocent vampire Daphne Collins on the revised "Dark Shadows" with Ben Cross; the first lesbian television character Ellen Sommers on NBC's "Trade Winds"; and the billionaire widow/vampire/fashion designer Elizabeth Barrington on "Port Charles." Rebecca has most recently been seen on top-rated Hallmark Channel films, as well as the award-winning shows Masters of Sex, Dexter, Glee, Fairly Legal, Criminal Minds, The Mentalist, CSI, CSI: NY, NCIS, and Nip/Tuck. Rebecca is also recognized from network classics Cheers, Seinfeld, Ellen, The Wonder Years, Columbo, Beverly Hills, 90210, and The Drew Carey Show, to name only a few. After college, Rebecca spent three years as a professional model based in Paris, and worked nonstop on location all over the world including Italy, Germany, and Japan, accumulating covers, features in fashion magazines, billboards, and international campaigns. She moved on to New York and continued working with the Ford Modeling agency. Booking her very first acting audition, Rebecca started her acting career as punk-rocker Cecelia Thompson on ABC's "Loving," followed by the series regular 'good girl,' Jessie Matthews, on "Guiding Light." An avid traveler, Rebecca has been from Russia to Costa Rica, Italy to Bali, Japan to Austria, France to Singapore, Estonia to Kauai, Crete to Zihuatanejo, Istanbul to Hong Kong, Helsinki to the Canary Islands, Tunisia to St. Barts, Tahiti to Tulum, and most places in between! She excels at every outdoor adventure sport - her garage looks like a miniature "Sports Chalet." Another passion of Rebecca's is architectural restoration -- hands on, she recently completed a top-to-bottom inside-out year-long project of restoring a 100-year-old home from a "haunted crack house" to the historic jewel it deserves to be appreciated as. Having reconstructed every house she's ever lived in, Rebecca is always looking for the next restoration project! Rebecca also applies her construction and handiwork skills to projects for Habitat for Humanity. She and her longtime partner, William deVry, are very active in dog rescue. They foster four-legged friends who are slated for euthanasia, rehabilitate them, and find them qualified forever homes. They presently have five dogs of their own, but there's frequently an extra one or two in transition. They live in a registered historic home in the Hollywood Hills where Rebecca excels in landscape architecture, interior design, and gourmet cooking. Rebecca studied in New York City with Uta Hagen at the HB Studios, and in Los Angeles with Larry Moss.
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  • Sean McNamara

    Sean McNamaraDirector

    To capture the essence of Sean McNamara's skills as a Director, one need not look further than critics' reviews of his latest theatrical work on "Soul Surfer" for Tristar Pictures/FilmDistrict. "Soul Surfer is the kind of sturdy, satisfying family drama that doesn't get made very often anymore. But even beyond that, at crucial moments it shows there's actually a brain behind the camera. If only more pictures - made on any budget - could be that way... [McNamara's] respect for his viewers, and for the story he's telling, elevates the movie above ho-hum conventionality." - Stephanie Zacharek, Movieline "The movie dazzles in its surfing sequences, in which the director, Sean McNamara, works nimble editing and a tropical palette to a fine sheen." - Andy Webster, The New York Times "It's a good, solid family film; if there ever was a better movie to pass along a message about perseverance, courage and faith and also highlight the sheer glory of riding a wave, I can't imagine it." - Connie Ogle, Miami Herald "Soul Surfer" is the culmination of a career in entertainment that has spanned over twenty years in producing, writing and directing. The cast, which includes Academy Award Winner Helen Hunt, Dennis Quaid, AnnaSophia Robb and Carrie Underwood, shines in the inspirational tale of pro-surfer Bethany Hamilton who tragically lost her arm after a shark attack. McNamara's shots are as well-composed as his actors are well-directed and the result is a film filled with as much heart and emotion as gleeful suspense. Over McNamara's years in entertainment, he has carved a niche for himself as a premiere family film director with a keen eye for new talent. He can be credited with discovering stars such as Shia LaBeouf and launching the feature careers of Jessica Alba and Hilary Duff. Along with his partner, David Brookwell, McNamara has successfully turned their company, Brookwell/McNamara, into one of the most sought-after youth television and film production companies. In only a few weeks of release "Soul Surfer," which cost just shy of 18 million dollars, has crossed the 40 million dollar mark making it a bona-fide hit for everyone involved. On top of that, it also received a Cinemascore of an A+ which remains the highest rated film of the year so far. Sean is also a four time DGA Award nominee, Emmy nominee, and BAFTA Award winner.
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