From Deep is a feature-length experimental documentary about the game of basketball and its shifting place within 20th century American history and culture; focusing on the evolution of basketball from its indoor New England roots, to a Midwestern small town phenomenon, to an outdoor city game, with particular emphasis on its merger with hip hop in the mid-1980s and the rise of Michael Jordan as the world's first corporate branded athlete.

“Part sociological treatise, part mix tape, Canadian director Brett Kashmere’s ambitious documentary, From Deep, delivers a high-energy history of the three-decade love affair between basketball and rap.” – The Globe and Mail

“The avant-garde video essay meets Steve James' Hoop Dreams.” – Blake Williams, blogTO

“An indefinable, experimental celebration of basketball and hip hop.” – Grantland