'Transition' Trailer Is Complete

You may have heard rumblings about a new movie in the works called 'Transition'. Based on the true story of the younger brother of Anthony Bradford (writer/producer), the film follows a high school star who battles cancer to regain a spot on his varsity team. The soundtrack features Mikey Powell, who contributed a collection of his songs for the film. “This isn’t just a lacrosse film, but the film also has the purpose to raise awareness of Pediatric Cancer,” says Bradford.

Bradford goes on to state that "the lacrosse players used in this film were real high school players who generously donated their time for this film and its cause. At the end of the film, there is a PSA with statistics and different facts about Childhood Cancer."

Transition Official Trailer from Priceless Productions on Vimeo.

Anthony Bradford will be submitting Transition to film festivals such as Sundance, Tribeca, and Cannes to name a few to ultimately be picked up by a major studio or TV network.

For more information on Transition click here.
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I think the film looks very good. I heard it was done on a super low to no budget, which makes it even better. It sounds like alot of the people commenting below are very young and know nothing about film or what the film is about. It’s not a film about Lacrosse. It’s a true story about a H.S. Lacrosse player who beats cancer and works to get his starting spot back on the team. Lacross is simply the backstory in case you wern’t aware, lol.

love laxing



Even PrOn has a higher production value.


the lax looks fine. I think it’s great that they’re making movies about lax. Looks very inspirational and the blond chick is pretty hot.


Guys – the fact that this is a true story about the writer’s brother… perhaps you should consider not being such jerks about the quality of the film or the lacrosse action. It’s clearly not a Hollywood film, we get that, so just take it for what it is, be glad that films about lacrosse are being made, and quit being such meat-headed jerks and chill out. Have some decency and respect for someone trying to bring their brother’s battle with cancer to life to show us that even though people go through some tough times, we can overcome.

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