Minnesota Mean Release Date Set, Watch Exclusive Clip for Sports Documentary

Minnesota Mean, a new roller derby-focused sports documentary, has been given an official release date.

Minnesota Mean has been acquired by Freestyle Digital Media and will be available to rent or own on VOD, digital HD internet, cable, and satellite platforms on July 2, 2024. It will also be released on DVD on the same day.

ComingSoon is debuting an exclusive clip from Minnesota Mean to celebrate the film’s upcoming release. Check out the exclusive Minnesota Mean clip below (watch more trailers and clips):

Minnesota Mean Release Date Set, Watch Exclusive Clip for Sports Documentary
Photo Credit: Freestyle Digital Media

What is the Minnesota Mean sports documentary about?

“The documentary Minnesota Mean takes viewers into the thrilling world of roller derby, following the lives of six badass women as they chase after the ultimate prize, the Hydra,” the official synopsis reads. “When the team’s top player gets sidelined with an injury, the question looms large: can they still clinch the victory? This isn’t a typical sports tale—it’s a raw and real look at the tough, independent women at the core of roller derby. A triumphant tale of grit and determination that shows how fierce women navigate a sport that demands teamwork as they juggle the demands of roller derby without giving up on their personal dreams.”

Minnesota Mean is directed and produced by Dawn Mikkelson. It features roller derby athletes such as Brickyard, Hurtrude Stein, Smoka Hontas, Shiver Me Kimbers, Diamond Rough, and Switch Please. It film also features music from Dessa.

“Being embedded with the Minnesota Roller Derby made for one of the most exciting years of my life. The strength and vulnerability the team shared with our cameras is a testament to the spirit of roller derby,” Mikkelson said in a statement. “These athletes are powerful, playful, and brutally honest, with a fierce commitment to one another. The film is full of the unexpected and intimate portrayals of these athletes’ lives, offering an inside look at their journeys both on and off the track. I hope Minnesota Mean inspires more women and gender-expansive folks to join their local roller derby team and reimagine what power and community look like.”


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