Girls Soccer
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Alvorada Filmes presents:

Girls Soccer

General Audience 2017 50 min

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When girls winning a men's championship against big teams like Corinthians and São Paulo, is just the beginning. "The impossible is temporary," as they say. The documentary Girls Soccer ("Minas do Futebol") accompanies the women's team of A.D. Olímpico Center remembering the victory in the Moleque Travesso championship and the participation in the first Paulista U17 Championship, being they an Under-15 team including some just 13-year-old female players.

Directed by

Yugo Hattori

Produced by

Yugo Hattori

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Category

Documentary

Theme (title)

Childhood Gender issues Sport

4.4 rating
66 Screenings
2.4 K audience
7.3 K total aud.
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Don't Kill My Vibe by Sigrid

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Girls Soccer (2017)

Age rating: General Audience

It is possible to download the archive of this film for Videocamp sessions. Organize your screening by clicking here.

Directed by Yugo Hattori

Produced by Yugo Hattori

Coproduction --

Sponsorship --

Official Support --

Category Documentary

Theme (title) Childhood Gender issues Sport

ODSs --

Audio and Subtitles

Audio Portuguese BR

Standard Russian, Portuguese BR, English, Spanish

Close Caption --

Audio Description --

Sign Language --

Synopsis

When girls winning a men's championship against big teams like Corinthians and São Paulo, is just the beginning. "The impossible is temporary," as they say. The documentary Girls Soccer ("Minas do Futebol") accompanies the women's team of A.D. Olímpico Center remembering the victory in the Moleque Travesso championship and the participation in the first Paulista U17 Championship, being they an Under-15 team including some just 13-year-old female players.