Steve McQueen: American Icon tells the story of the life of one of America’s most enduring and intriguing movie stars. A redemption story which chronicles McQueen’s exodus from the world of fame and fortune and his little-known search for meaning, truth and significance.
The story is hosted by Greg Laurie, one of America’s leading pastors, who is not only an avid McQueen fan, but also experienced a similar childhood. In his mint replica “Bullitt” mustang, Greg travels the country in search of the untold story of McQueen’s final chapter, and the redemption he found.
The primary interview for this documentary is Steve’s wife Barbra Minty McQueen who, as a New York model and amateur photographer, took hundreds of never-before-seen candid photographs of Steve in his last years. Other interviews include Academy Award®-winning actor Mel Gibson, renown stuntman Stan Barrett, celebrated McQueen biographer Marshall Terrill, actors Barbra Leigh and Mel Novak. Experience a special message from Greg Laurie and performance by MercyMe.
There will be a special one-night event showing on September 28th of Steve McQueen: American Icon documentary. The Untold True Story of the Spiritual Quest of a Hollywood Legend at San Antonio movie theatres.
Find a local theatre and purchase your tickets at stevemcqueenmovie.com
Listen to a movieguide.org interview with Greg Laurie, Pastor of Harvest Christian Fellowship regarding the new documentary, Steve McQueen: American Icon
Greg Laurie is pastor of Harvest Christian Fellowship who has produced a new documentary of legendary movie icon, Steve McQueen, one of the biggest box office movie stars at the height of his acting career. He died too young at 50 from cancer (malignant mesothelioma) in 1980.