83 Min | Canada + Ireland + Scotland | 2016 | English

Directed and Written by Michael McNamara
Created by Jay Baruchel and Eoin O’Callaghan

Celtic Soul follows Canadian actor and funny man Jay Baruchel on an epic road trip through Canada, Ireland and Scotland with his new friend, well-known Irish soccer journalist Eoin O’Callaghan. The story follows along as the duo travel from Montreal to Westport, Ireland – from where Jay’s ancestors emigrated to Canada – and finally Glasgow, where Jay will fulfill a lifelong dream: to watch a match at Celtic Park, home of his beloved Celtic Football Club.



83 Min | Argentina | 2010 | English Subtitles |

Directed by Juan Pablo Roubio

This is the story of what futbol means in Argentina. It is not just the proverbial life and death. It is more important than that. No where is that truer than in the rivalry between Boca Juniors and River Plate. The lifelong battle between the two biggest clubs in Argentina is, in many ways, a battle for the identity of the nation.

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76 Min | USA | 2013 | English

Directed by Eugene Martin

The Anderson Monarchs tells the story of an all-girls soccer team in an at-risk urban neighborhood in Philadelphia. Focused on two girls, Jlon, age 11, and Kahlaa, age 10, the documentary follows the girls' growth as soccer players and people, celebrating the rights of young women and the community they are building for themselves as talented athletes, emerging scholars, and leaders. Their remarkable story brings them to a place they only ever imagined in their dreams.

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"The Anderson Monarchs" is one of the more memorable and refreshing entries in the very genre it's busy bending like Beckham. Variety Review by John Anderson
My Sportsman: The Anderson Monarchs, their coach Sports Illustrated  
Too high a price to play ESPN


74 Min | England | 2011 | English

Directed by Director: S.S. Hassan (as Suridh Hassan)

For many young soccer players in Africa, signing with a club in Europe is not a dream, but the only dream. It is a hard dream to realize, with countless pitfalls, from unscrupulous agents to injuries, broken promises to family shame. This documentary explores the good, the bad, and the ugly of soccer immigration from Africa to Europe, as seen through the journeys of two young players, Kermit Erasmus from South Africa and Ndomo Sabo from Cameroon.

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51 Min | Italy | 2014 | English Subtitles |

Directed by Christian Nicoletta

Sergio Vatta is the godfather of youth coaching in Italy. He developed and put into practice a poetic approach to the game while coaching the Torino FC youth team from 1976 to 1991 and the Italian Youth National teams from 1991 to 1997. Along the way, developed such players as Dino Baggio, Diego Fuser, Gianluigi Buffon, and Francesco Totti.

His theories ushered in a whole new approach to sport education, emphasizing a strong focus on the personal and social aspects of the players. The Dream Coach weaves Vatta's story into a discourse about the game, about learning, and about the dreams of children.

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"10-year-olds must above all play, because football is a sport but above all a game, and it is in the game that you see the most important characteristics of a character. We can never understand how a child is by his answers and questions, but to see him play we can understand everything about him ... but he must play free ..." -  Sergio Vatta


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84 Min | English + Arabic + Hebrew | 2009 | English Subtitles

Directed by Alexander H. BrowneChristopher Browne


Amid the centuries-old strife that tears the Middle East asunder, can soccer provide a unique ray of hope?

Sakhnin, a small Arab-dominant town in northern Israel, is home to B'nei Sakhnin, a club comprised of both Arab and Jewish players. One season, it all clicks, and despite the traditional ethnic animosities, the club breaks through to win the Israeli Cup. All eyes are suddenly on Sakhnin, the club, and its Arab star, Abbas Suan, who is called up to the Israeli national team. This is the story of what happens when a feel-good story and an unlikely hero are thrust under a microscope and forced to live up to expectations that go well beyond the field of play.

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90 Minutes on how POWERFUL sports films can be! - ESPN
An Energetic, Edge-Of-Your-Seat, genuine growdpleaser... - Variety
Sakhnin changed the releationship between Jews and Arabs in Isreal - Shimon Peres


72 Min | Sweden | 2017 | English Subtitles |

Directed by Inger Molin


FC Rosengård is one of the world's top women’s clubs. But that doesn’t mean everything is easy. This timely documentary explores the inherent struggles of women’s football, following the team through a dramatic year of triumph and loss. Led by new sporting director Therese Sjögran and Brazilian star Marta, the club fights every day to lift the women’s game. Can they win?

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