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WorkShop Content, One Bowl Productions prep lacrosse doc under new copro deal

Docuseries Iroquois vs The World follows lacrosse team the Iroquois Nationals

US production companies The WorkShop Content Studios and One Bowl Productions have agreed a coproduction pact to create programming for linear and streaming platforms.

Production is already underway on documentary series Iroquois vs The World (working title), the first project coproduced under the deal.

The series follows lacrosse team the Iroquois Nationals as they prepare to compete at the 2022 World Games, as well as fighting for eligibility to compete in the 2028 Olympics, when lacrosse is expected to be reinstated as an Olympic sport. The Iroquois Nationals are one of lacrosse’s most popular teams and the only professional sports team belonging to an Indigenous nation.

The WorkShop Content Studios, which is led by CEO and executive producer Tom Farrell, has produced series including Emmy-nominated Basketball or Nothing for Netflix, True North: The Sean Swarner Story for PBS and Amazon, and the recently released documentary Hell or High Seas.

One Bowl Productions, which focuses on producing content about Native Americans, has previously produced SACHEEN: Breaking the Silence, Spirit Game: Pride of a Nation, upcoming dramatic limited series The Exiled and animated children’s series Thompsons: Blood Brothers.

Executive producing Iroquois vs The World are Gayle Anne Kelley, Peter Spirer, Janice Doskey and Rex Lyons for One Bowl Productions and Farrell, Matt Howley and Notah Begay III for The WorkShop.

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