Founded by Andrew Stephan and John Dorsey, ten100 is committed to producing content that makes an impact. Within a year of its formation, the boutique production company was recognized with both the Emmy and the Peabody Award.

With a background in television, feature film, commercial and music video production, the team at ten100 has worked in all formats across multiple genres.  These programs have targeted a wide demographic, airing on networks including  VH-1, MTV, IFC, ABC, USA, SPIKE, ESPN, ANIMAL PLANET, the WB, and AMC, among others.

In February of 2010, the company’s production of the Red Bull Air Race was recognized with its 4th Emmy Nomination in just 3 years. By April, The Red Bull Air Race defeated Sunday Night Football on NBC, NASCAR on FOX and Monday Night Football on ESPN to take home the Emmy award for the second consecutive year.

Late in 2010, ten100 produced PONY EXCESS, the final installment of ESPN’S critically acclaimed documentary series 30 For 30. The film became the highest rated documentary in the 30-year history of the network and earned a Peabody Award.

A year later, Dorsey & Stephan directed and  produced THE MARINOVICH PROJECT for ESPN films. The film examined the rise and fall of  quarterback Todd Marinovich and premiered on ESPN to rave reviews. In March of 2012, the film was nominated for an Emmy in the category of Outstanding Sports Documentary.

By 2012, ten100 was in Afghanistan to produce GLORY HOUNDS, a feature length documentary that saw camera teams embed on the front lines in Afghanistan in order to capture the bond that is forged in combat between Military Working Dogs and their human handlers. The film, directed by Dorsey and Stephan, was produced with the full cooperation of the Pentagon and the US Department of Defense.

ten100′s most recent project, THE BALLAD OF THE URBAN COWBOY was produced for CMT Films and premiers Saturday, June 13 on CMT.

The company is currently in post-production on THE FALL OF 87 about the replacement football players who were plucked from obscurity to play on the biggest stage in sports during the NFL strike of 1987.


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