Steph Curry documentary, ‘Underrated,’ to premiere at Sundance

PARK CITY, Utah — The world premiere of Stephen Curry: Underrated is scheduled for Monday, January 23, at the Eccles Center in Park City at 9 pm. Underrated is categorized as a ‘Special Screening’ for this year’s Sundance Film Festival.

The documentary about Steph Curry will be streaming on AppleTV+ in the near future. The film was produced by Apple Original Films, A24, Proximity Media, and Steph Curry’s Unanimous Media.

Filmmaker and director Pete Nicks gives a glimpse of Steph Curry’s personal life and history. The film will explore the rise of Steph Curry’s life and basketball career, from an NCAA tournament run with Davidson College to a four-time NBA champion and two-time NBA MVP.

In 2019, Steph wrote an article for The Player’s Tribune titled ‘Underrated.‘ This personal editorial calls out the adversity that Steph had to deal with to get to where he is today. The amount of critics, negative tweets, and haters that appeared along Steph Curry’s path to an NBA dynasty is unprecedented. He pinpoints a moment as a  13-year-old when his parents sat him down and his mom told him,

NO ONE gets to write your story but you. Not some scouts. Not some tournament. Not these other kids, who might do this better or that better. And not EVER your last name. None of those people, and none of those things, gets to be the author of your story. Just you.

This moment was a pivotal part of Steph Curry’s story. Steph calls it “the most important talk of my entire life.”

The documentary will be screened a total of three times at the 2023 Sundance Film Festival.

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