Chelsea FC - Season Review 2020/21June 28, 2021
'Making history, not reliving it.' That has been the mantra by which those at Stamford Bridge have lived and died since Roman Abramovich bought Chelsea in 2003. And with the transfer ban now a distant memory, the club are making up for lost time by bringing in the cream of world footballing talent, including the outstanding Timo Werner and Kai Havertz from the Bundesliga, Hakim Ziyech from the Eredivisie, as well as defensive reinforcements in Thiago Silva and Ben Chilwell. Mixed with the exciting young players that broke into the first team 12 months ago, expectations will be high that Chelsea can challenge on all fronts in the 2020/21 season.
Work up a sweat from the soccer field to the locker room in these drama-fuelled four films from Germany, France and the UK that explore how rivalry between teams can spill over into teacher-pupil relationships, high school crushes and brotherly compassion.
Supremacia VermelhaOctober 29, 2010
Supremacia Vermelha puts on the big screen a relationship with Grêmio, an opponent against Internacional most likes to play. Some speak of rivalry, but it is an exaggeration. What rival is that who loses in all problems? By the end of 2009, in the centenary of the confrontation, there were 142 victories on the Colorado side - 23 more than blue ones - 540 goals scored against 501 suffered. Not to mention the historic Grenais.
Red CardJuly 1, 2008
It shows the most important moments in the life of Agustin "El Tin" Delgado, maximum scorer of the Ecuadorian soccer team. Through testimonies of his relatives, friends and enemies, Red Card shows the story of this exceptional sportsman and the reality of how the Ecuadorians have penalized the African descents with a “red card”, not only within the stadiums, but in everyday life.
Ecuador vs. el resto del mundoMay 5, 2006
November 7th, 2001. After a seventy years absence, the Ecuadorian national soccer team is close to qualifying for the first time to a Soccer World Cup. This documentary follows the events that took place during that historic date, when a whole country lived under the shadow of a soccer game.
Mete gol, ganaJuly 9, 2008
Jonathan and Romario are two Afro-Ecuadorian children from the Chota Valley, one of the poorest regions of Ecuador. Their fate can be one of two: to become world-class footballers like Ulises de la Cruz, Chucho Benitez and Antonio Valencia, or farmers like Darwin. This documentary reveals the lack of opportunities, discrimination, and economic and social segregation that black communities face in Ecuador.
I am because we areJune 25, 2020
The sixth short opener for the Annecy Festival, produced in collaboration with our African partners "The Animation School" and "Tshimologong Precinct".
FixedApril 11, 2020
A friendly football match between Bahrein and Togo in 2010, turns out to be rigged, as the team representing Togo is a fake team set up by international gamblers. The bad guys turn out to be victims, the good guy is revealed as the international gambling criminal while the top crooks stay out of sight since they have the power to determine who’ll be convicted. A revealing peek into a hidden world.
Coś sędzia długą przerwę zarządziłMay 2, 2020
Amateur documentary film about Polish Cup 1997-98 Final.
Nada Vai Nos Separar - Os Cem Anos do S.C. InternacionalApril 4, 2009
It tells the love story of the union of a team and its fans over a hundred years. It is not a film to just narrate facts about Sport Club Internacional or show goals. It is made by colorados, with colorados and for colorados, whose mission is to rescue for future generations the moments of joy and pain, suffering and ecstasy that forged a strong and faithful crowd.
Lencho's hot summer day changes when he meets a paletero man named Sacarias, under the shade of a giant tree.