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College Basketball's Biggest Rivalry Revealed in Duke-UNC Doc (Video)

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Sports fans bleed blue when it comes to Duke and North Carolina basketball, as a new film chronicling the Tar Heel State's biggest teams premieres in Los Angeles on Sunday.

Even the most bitter rivalries in professional sports pale in comparison to the competitiveness in the world of college athletics -- and no more so than between Duke and UNC.

With many alums of both schools now high up in Hollywood and the sports world, it is not surprising that the west coast premiere of a new a 90-minute documentary, chronicling the beloved teams at L.A. Live on Sunday is getting a lot of buzz.

Duke-Carolina: The Blue Blood Rivalry tells the story of the hundred year feud between the Blue Devils and the UNC Tar Heels, and goes behind the scenes to look at their legendary players, coaches, broadcasters and superfans.

Sports stars and former players who are expected to attend the VIP reception before Sunday's screening are Rick Fox, Reggie Bullock, Jack Coleman, Kenny Dennard, Ryan Kelly, Lee Melchionni, Antawn Jamison and Kendall Marshall.

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"We are excited to bring the Duke-Carolina: The Blue Blood Rivalry documentary film to basketball fans in Los Angeles especially the members of the Duke and North Carolina alumni groups in southern California," said Hassan Pinto, executive producer of GFan Films.

"The film takes a dynamic and unique fan based look at the greatest college basketball rivalry in America, and is a must-see film whether you are fan of Duke, Carolina or college basketball."

Duke-Carolina: The Blue Blood Rivalry premieres at the Premiere House at Regal Cinemas L.A. LIVE Stadium 14, and tickets are on sale for $10 to benefit the STAPLES Center Foundation.

Watch a clip of the film here:

Duke-Carolina, The Blue Blood Rivalry Movie Trailer from Hassan Pinto on Vimeo.