WWE ‘Brothers Of Destruction’ Documentary To Premiere At Austin Film Festival

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Austin Film Festival & Writers Conference, announced the spotlight Marquee films scheduled for the 27th annual Festival, one of which will be WWE Network Documentaries’ world premiere of “Brothers of Destruction.”

The film chronicles the legacy of the iconic WWE legends, Undertaker and Kane; the description for the film is below:

BROTHERS OF DESTRUCTION – CLOSING NIGHT FILM (USA, 60 min) Director – Kieran Bent Producer – Brian Decker Executive Producers – Ben Houser, Brian Pellegatto Forever linked as two of sports entertainment’s most enigmatic and popular Superstars, Undertaker and Kane shed their on-screen personas for a historic conversation at Austin’s Zach Theatre as part of WWE’s “30 Years of The Deadman” celebration commemorating Undertakers 30th anniversary in WWE. With more than three decades as one of the industry’s biggest box office draws, The Undertaker’s rise to stardom is forever connected to his mysterious counterpart from the dark side, Kane. Both in the ring and off screen, Mark Calaway and Glenn Jacobs developed a deep friendship revealed in this film. “Brothers of Destruction,” the latest presentation from WWE Network Documentaries, brings the audience behind the curtain with untold stories and rare footage of this unbreakable bond.

Austin Film Festival (AFF) is a non-profit organization dedicated to furthering the art, craft and business of writers and filmmakers and recognizing their contributions to film, television and new media. AFF champions the work of aspiring and established writers and filmmakers by providing unique cultural events and services, enhancing public awareness and participation, and encouraging dynamic and longlasting community partnerships. AFF is supported in part by the Cultural Arts Division of the City of Austin Economic Development Department and the Texas Commission on the Arts.

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