IT AIN'T OVER **Includes Q&A with Larry Berra & Lindsay Berra

Sean Mullin I 2022 I 98 min. I United States


Manhasset Cinemas Thu, Oct 26 7:00 PM
Film Info
Type of Film/Event:Feature
Release Year:2022
Running Time:98 min
Production Country:United States
Festival Awards:WINNER: Audience Awards for Best Film at Nantucket Film Festival
Calgary Int'l Film Festival
Boulder Int'l Film Festival
Cast/Crew Info
Cast:Joe Torre
Derek Jeter
Don Mattingly
Bob Costas
Vin Scully
Billy Crystal
Director:Sean Mullin
Executive Producer:Lindsay Berra
Screenwriter:Sean Mullin
Extra Search Properties
Date Search:October 26 (Thursday)
Venue:Manhasset Cinemas



Lawrence Peter "Yogi" Berra is one of baseball's greatest. He amassed ten World Series rings, 3 MVP awards and 18 All-Star Game appearances. He caught the only perfect game in World Series history. Yet for many his deserved stature was overshadowed by his simply being himself and being recognized more for his unique personality, TV commercial appearances and unforgettable "Yogi-isms,"initially head-scratching philosophical nuggets that make a lot more sense the more you think about them.

In telling the whole story, IT AIN'T OVER gives Berra his due in following the life of a savvy, commanding, bad-ball hitting catcher with a squat frame but also a D-Day veteran, loving husband and father and, yes, product endorser and originator (mostly) of his own brand of proverbs now ingrained into everyday life. Granddaughter Lindsay Berra  tells his story along with his sons, former Yankee teammates, players he managed, writers, broadcasters, and admirers (such as Billy Crystal), plus photos and footage on and off the diamond. Berra famously said, "I'd be pretty dumb if I started being something I'm not" and IT AIN'T OVER lovingly makes clear he stayed who he was for the benefit of baseball and everyone else.


Larry Berra is the oldest son of Carmen and Yogi Berra. He played baseball for Montclair State University and in the New York Mets minor league system, where he was a catcher like his father. Larry is a senior softball star, a Civil War enthusiast and a small-business owner. 

Lindsay Berra, is a freelance sports journalist based in New Jersey. She is the oldest grandchild of Carmen and Baseball Hall of Famer Yogi Berra and serves as an executive producer of IT AIN’T OVER. She currently creates content for Mustard, the pitching biomechanics app developed by Tom House, and contributes regularly to Men’s Health magazine. Her work has also appeared in The New York Times, The Boston Globe, Fast Company and The Sports Business Journal.

Previously, Lindsay was the host of the sports nutrition and training podcast Food of the Gods. From 2012 through 2018, she was a national correspondent at and MLB Network. From 1999 through 2012, she was a senior writer at ESPN Magazine, covering everything from baseball, hockey and the Olympics to tennis, boxing and roller derby.

She received her undergraduate degree in journalism from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, where she played varsity softball and men’s club ice hockey, wearing uniform No. 8. She is a board member at the Yogi Berra Museum and Learning Center in Little Falls, NJ, and is also an avid CrossFitter, yogi, cyclist, runner, hiker and golfer.


Gold Coast Arts extends a special THANK YOU to The Yogi Berra Museum & Learning Center, a cultural gem on the campus of Montclair State University, dedicated to sustaining the values that made Yogi Berra a national treasure – respect, teamwork, perseverance and excellence – through inclusive, culturally diverse, sports-based education exhibitions and programs. Now celebrating its 25th anniversary year, the Museum is home to a permanent collection of photographs and artifacts that document the inspirational life of iconic Number 8, the winningest player in baseball history. Yogi’s legacy, however, reaches far beyond the playing field, telling a uniquely American story of the son of Italian immigrants, D-Day veteran, Hall of Famer and cultural icon (the most quoted athlete in our nation’s history). In addition to the permanent collection, the Museum offers a rotating roster of temporary exhibitions that explore culture and society through the lens of sports. On display through 2023, Billie Jean King: Champion. Activist. Legend, organized by the New-York Historical Society. The Museum is open Wednesdays through Sundays, noon to 5pm. For more information, visit