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Following a 31- 0 drubbing at the hands of Australia in 2001, American Samoa were officially declared by FIFA to be the world’s worst football team. That did not put them off however, as this moving and uplifting documentary demonstrates. We join the team – who include the emotionally scarred goalkeeper who conceded those 31 goals, and the world’s first international transgender player - as they attempt to qualify for the 2014 World Cup in Brazil with the help of maverick Dutch coach Thomas Rongen. Football fans will find much to enjoy, but what makes this film stand apart are its portraits of the wider, often impoverished American Samoan community, local pride, and a group of warm, charismatic (if not especially gifted) footballers, who embody the true spirit of sport.
Uplifting drama about a sports agent's struggle to overcome personal and professional setbacks.
14+ years 138 mins
Canada-set sports documentary that challenges preconceptions about disability.
14+ years 82 mins
Drama about South Africa's 1995 hosting of the Rugby World Cup and the way the controversial event was made a success in the racially tense nation.
11+ years 128 mins
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Steve Jamison, one of the directors of football documentary Next Goal Wins, partook in a Q&A session with young people in Greater Manchester.
Reading time 3 mins
With the Olympic and Paralympic Games kicking off in Rio, our expert film programmers bring you a selection of their favourite sporting films.
Reading time 4 mins
Our Leader of the Month for January is Ania Gentilini from Waterhead Academy, who offers up her tips to those who fear they might not have time to run a club.
Reading time 9 mins
A podcast for film club leaders. Film programmers Joe and Elinor discuss how film can be good for engaging with sports and sports stories.
Viewing time 13 mins
Originally rated 18, we've negotiated a very special 15 certificate version of 'Mario' that Into Film Clubs can now order exclusively from our catalogue.
Reading time 6 mins
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