We are the industry standard for creating thought-provoking moments and conversations at schools around the country. Through film and the arts, we help cultivate events that not only entertain audiences but allow for a safe space to see, speak, listen, and learn about all sides of important issues today.
MEETING SCHOOL AND CREATOR NEEDS
In everything we do, schools receive all of the resources they need for a streamlined and easy to program experience. This includes rights to use the films involved, professionally developed educational study guides, photos, videos, marketing collateral, and more.
Now, more than ever before, schools are looking for access to resources that inspire, educate, and are timely - while being cost-effective.
OUR EVENTS ARE ALWAYS FREE FOR SCHOOLS
WORKING WITH ALL
We work with all parts of campus life such as:
WE WORK WITH EVERYONE
For many creators, their project is a labor of love and often not-profitable. When we work with creators, we provide access to new revenue and audiences.
MAKING PROJECTS NOT JUST WORK, BUT MEMORABLE
We take care of all planning aspects with an "experience-in-a-box" as a one-stop resource having everything you need to be successful while being there every step of the way to help.
STREAMLINED,EASY, AND CUSTOMIZED FOR YOU
IT ALL STARTED WITH A RIVALY...
MEET THE FOUNDERS
One of the greatest rivalries in college sports is between the Miami Hurricanes and Notre Dame Fighting Irish. Both founders are an alum of each school - Jonathan from Miami and Patrick from Notre Dame. Their rivalry turned into a friendship that led to the merging of the film, sports, and education industries resulting in the creation of Crossroads Entertainment.
As an innovator in the sports industry, Jonathan is relationships-driven and always finding new ways to connect people with ideas and making those ideas come to life. Jonathan believes in leading through innovation and challenging the status quo. Having been a part of one of the largest sports agencies (Wasserman) and college rights holders (Learfield) in the world, Jonathan's past work includes numerous accolades and projects.
Creadon is an award-winning filmmaker primarily known for his work in documentaries. He is one of only a handful of filmmakers to have multiple films ranked among the Top 100 highest-grossing documentaries of all time simultaneously. His first film, Wordplay, premiered at the 2006 Sundance Film Festival and became the second-highest grossing documentary of that year. His second film, I.O.U.S.A., premiered at the 2008 Sundance Film Festival and was later named one of the Top 5 Documentaries of the Year by film critic Roger Ebert. Other works include the documentary features If You Build It (2013), the ESPN 30 for 30 film Catholics vs. Convicts (2016), Hesburgh (2019), and The Loyola Project (2022).
O’Malley has produced or executive produced more than twenty feature-length documentary films. She has also worked in many different roles throughout the film industry serving on the Sundance Women in Film Committee, founded the nonprofit Story into Action with producer Neal Baer, and in 2014 was the director of AFI Docs, the documentary film festival run by the American Film Institute in Washington, D.C. Her work includes the documentary features All Work All Play (2015), Jim: The James Foley Story (2016), Netflix’s Taylor Swift: Miss Americana (2020) and Pretty Baby: Brooke Shields (2023).