The film won the Oscar for "best feature documentary" on Sunday.
"Undefeated" is Martin's second film. It documents the struggles and successes of an inner-city Memphis, Tenn., football team.
Martin is scheduled to spend Thursday at Western talking to students, faculty and staff before a screening of "Undefeated" on campus. The 5 p.m. screening of the documentary with Martin is sold out, but university officials say people who show up early may get a seat if a ticketholder doesn't show up.
Ticket sales for the screening will support student scholarships.
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