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The Bowden Dynasty: A Story of Faith, Family and Football is now available for rent or purchase on Amazon, I Tunes – Apple TV (52 countries), Vimeo, Google Play or Vodoo with significant portion of the proceeds benefiting Seminole Boosters.

“Prior to his passing, Coach Bowden told us he wanted a portion of the proceeds to benefit Florida State Athletics through Seminole Boosters,” the film’s producer and FSU Alum John Corry said.

You can enjoy the inspiring and entertaining feature documentary film on Bobby Bowden’s life and Florida State’s unprecedented, 14-year reign among the top four teams in the nation for $3.99 on rental or purchase it for $19.99. Half of the proceeds from the film’s Digital HD release will be donated to Florida State and split between Seminole Boosters, which funds collegiate athletics, and FSU’s innovative LIFT Collegiate Recovery Program.

The 105-minute, feature-length film includes meticulous interviews with numerous celebrities including Burt Reynolds, and Kenny Chesney, coaching legends Lou Holtz, Nick Saban, Jimmy Johnson, Howard Schnellenberger, Vince Dooley, FSU assistants Mickey Andrews, Jim Gladden, Odell Haggins, Chuck Amato and George Henshaw as well as dozens of former FSU players, who credit Bowden with transforming their lives while relentlessly chasing national championships.

The film explores universal themes of faith, stewardship, humility and redemption and the role they played in the program Bowden built.

You’ll enjoy many rare and nostalgic images and interviews and gain insight into the Seminoles inspiring rise and historic achievement.  

The film is a passion project of Corry and three FSU fraternity brothers (early 1980s) who funded the project – Rick Brawner, Scott Davis and Mike Ortoll.

Corry first took his idea of a film to Bowden and his fraternity brothers in 2016 and they agreed to fund the project independent of any network influence.

The filmmaker talks about the time spent with Coach Bowden during the filming of this passion project in this interview with former Seminole Booster Vice President  Jerry Kutz, who is now publisher of the Osceola, along with comments from Bowden’s longtime assistant Sue Hall.

To rent or purchase the video visit The Bowden Dynasty