The Carnival Doc Soft Open Featured in Philly Ad News: JTWO Shines Light on 125 Years of Legacy at The Penn Relays

Philadelphia-based video production company, JTWO, recently premiered their latest feature-length documentary, The Carnival: 125 Years of the Penn Relays, in a soft-opening to a private audience at The Palestra on the University of Pennsylvania’s campus. The film showcases the journey of the Penn Relays and its impact on the world of track and field.

For over two years, the JTWO team worked tirelessly to bring this story to life. They interviewed track and field legends like Carl Lewis, Renaldo Nehemiah, and Dr. Greg Bell, as well as current Olympians such as Justin Gaitlin, to uncover the rich history and cultural significance of the Penn Relays. The documentary delves into the early pioneers at the University of Pennsylvania who broke down racial barriers and paved the way for the Relays to become a beacon of hope during America’s darkest hours.

The Carnival: 125 Years of the Penn Relays is a testament to the power of human spirit, perseverance, and the enduring legacy of one of the world’s most renowned sporting events. The soft open at The Palestra was just the beginning of what promises to be a remarkable journey for JTWO, and a tribute to the Penn Relays and all those who have participated in this storied event over the past 125 years.

Read the full article about JTWO’s The Carnival and its impact on track and field in Philly Ad News.