Serge Ibaka, a newly crowned NBA Champion with the Toronto Raptors, journeys home to the Republic of Congo, with the NBA Championship trophy to inspire his community. He has an emotional homecoming in Brazzaville, where he grew up poor and sometimes homeless, having been left by himself after his mother’s death when he was 7 and his father’s imprisonment shortly thereafter. Despite these overwhelming obstacles, he achieved his dream of becoming an NBA Champion and becoming the first person to bring the trophy back to the Congo.While his NBA journey is an inspiring story that led to the fulfillment of his lifelong dream, Ibaka is not just celebrating his own achievement in this documentary but aims to share the message that through hard work and determination, anything is possible.
Wood is a director and editor, as well as Head of Content for the award-winning international creative agency Craft. Anything is Possible is his directorial debut. The film was nominated for a Canadian Screen Award for Best Sports Program.
Christian J. Cote
Vinay Virmani, Scott Moore
Biography, BIPOC Stories, Global Experiences, Sports