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Common Goal

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07Mar

Sunday, March 7, 2021 | 10:00AM - 10:00AM |Virtual

08Mar

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09Mar

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10Mar

Sunday, March 7, 2021 | 10:00AM - 10:00AM |Virtual

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About The Film

Almost half the players on the Israeli national soccer team are Muslim, including the captain. While many fans are supportive of the team's diversity and are hopeful that its new roster will lead to unprecedented victory, others are unhappy that it is no longer predominantly Jewish and bristle at the discord and controversies often stoked by prejudice and the media. The loyalty of these players is questioned by all sides even as they try to guide their team through their biggest international tournament. They speak openly about the discrimination and difficulties they've encountered along the way, as well as their close, positive, and cooperative friendships with Jewish teammates. Sports enthusiasts will enjoy tremendous game footage and find this an invigorating portrait of the Israeli national team's common goals: inclusion and a better standing in the league.

Director Bio

Shuki Guzik is a cinematographer and documentary filmmaker, a graduate of the Department of Film at Sapir college. For the past twenty years, Shuki has been directing and filming TV shows and documentary projects for all broadcast channels in Israel. As part of his work as a cinematographer, he was a partner in some of the most interesting and challenging documentary projects in Israel (YONATA AGASSI SAVED MY LIFE, WHO'S GONNA LOVE ME NOW?)

 

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Film Details:

Original Title: Od lo avda | עוֹד לֹא אָבְדָה
Director
: Shuki Guzik
Country: Israel
Language: Hebrew, Arabic, English w/English subtitles
Running Time: 52m
Year: 2020
Genre: Documentary

Rating/Warning: G

Subjects:

  • Arabs/Arab Israelis
  • Athletes
  • Druze
  • Futbol
  • Israeli National Soccer Team
  • Muslims
  • Racism
  • Sports
  • Soccer/Soccer Players/Soccer Team

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