The Business Of Boxing, Documentary By Rob Maloof

Business Of Boxing Documentary Film By Rob Maloof

The Business of Boxing, directed by Rob Maloof is a 2017 Oregon Documentary Film Festival Official Selection. This boxing documentary was nominated for the Best Cinematography Award. Above all, our judges were mesmerized by the amazing visuals and flashy edit. Director Rob Maloof's film is a powerful display of cinematography. Furthermore, it captures the sport of boxing at a level that HBO should be envious of. The images of the boxers training are stunning and the story of each of these young men is powerful. As a result, you can literally feel their energy and love for the sport. Finally, watch the full Business Of Boxing documentary film now!


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Synopsis: "The Business of Boxing" directed by Rob Maloof

This ongoing project has developing stories concerning the laser-focus determination of fighters. Even more, the way that they endure constant assaults on the mind and body. This film follows the progress of two professional fighters (Kevin Cobbs & David Benavidez) and one amateur fighter (Shane Jordan). The fighters, their trainers, promoters, and industry experts comment on several tops. Most noteworthy their amateur experiences, turning “pro”, and what makes a fighter marketable. Consequently, at the time of filming, Cobbs and Benavidez were scheduled to fight at a nationally televised event.



Director's Biography: Rob Maloof

Director Rob Maloof has been active in the creative industry since 2005, when he worked primarily as an audio engineer. His career in audio included producing & recording local bands, as well as developing skills in electronics bench work & acoustics testing/design. Rob was always a long-time fan of photography. An afternoon camera lesson from a childhood friend was the start of his evolution into visual arts. The next logical progression from the audio/photo workflow was motion picture. Above all, this has become the focus of his practice at Gauntlet Films.




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Mikel Fair

Mikel Fair

Mikel Fair My name is Mikel Fair. I am the Director of Film Festival Circuit Inc. First of all, we are a company that manages film festival events in Texas and Oregon. Furthermore, we like to have fun and celebrate independent film. I worked for 15 years in the television and film production as a location sound mixer and production manager. I have also worked in post production as an editor, post sound mixer and composer. Above all, watching independent films and reading creative screenplays is my passion.

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