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|Directed by||James Z. Feng|
|Produced by||Seher Basak, James Z. Feng, James Y. Shih, Lanser Boint|
|Written by||James Z. Feng|
|Edited by||Barbara Grandvoinet, Ramon Vasquez Jr.|
|Running time||80 minutes|
Fight Life is a feature length documentary on the sport of mixed martial arts. The film is directed by independent filmmaker James Z. Feng and produced by RiLL Films. The film focuses on the lives of professional mixed martial arts fighters outside the cage, primarily profiling Jake Shields, and Lyle Beerbohm. The film unveils the sport of Mixed martial arts and what it takes to be a modern day professional fighter. Many notables MMA stars and experts are featured in this film, including: Nick Diaz, Gilbert Melendez, Chuck Liddell, Frank Shamrock, Miesha Tate, John McCarthy, Julianna Pena, Michael Chiesa. In 2013, Fight Life went on to win the Best Documentary Award at the United Film Festival.
A self-funded independent production, filming took place from 2008 to 2011 all across the country.
|United Film Festival||Best Documentary||Won|
|San Francisco Documentary Film Festival||Best Documentary||Nominated|
The film was released in 2013.
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