The Film

In 1958, when Sam Cooke crossed over from gospel to "the devil's music," he set in motion a chain of events that altered the course of popular music and race relations in America. Sam Cooke: Crossing Over examines Cooke's musical and political significance during the early civil rights movement and unravels some of the myths surrounding his life and death, revealing a complex portrait of a flawed but talented man.

The Filmmakers

  1. John AntonelliProducer/Director
  2. D. Channsin BerryProducer