SNY's exclusive evening to premiere our new documentary "62,000:1 -THREE TEAMS, ONE CITY, ONE YEAR," is just a few days away, but only 18 tickets remain to screening!
The premiere, which will take place at the Director's Guild of America theater on June 25th, will also include a panel discussion with some of the athletes featured in the film.
Hosted by SNY's Doug Williams and his father, MSNBC anchor Brian Williams, panelists will include Cleon Jones (Mets), Don Maynard (Jets), John Schmitt (Jets) and Dr. Dick Barnett (Knicks).
The documentary, directed by Pete Sillen and made in partnership with Hollywood producer Basil Iwanyk, captures the improbable feat that New York sports accomplished when the Mets, Jets and Knicks won their respective championships in 1969. It was a year where war, riots and strikes divided the city, but sports saw the city rally together once again.
"We felt compelled to not only commemorate the 50th Anniversary of New York's championship year -- but also to share this remarkable piece of the city's history in a contemporary way that is relevant to fans of all ages," said SNY President Steve Raab.
Tickets are $30 plus taxes and fees. You can click here to reserve your spot today!