Ndoto ya Mpira wa Miguu Zanzibar

Florence Ayisi (Cynhyrchydd)

Allbwn ymchwil: Ffurf annhestunolCynnyrch digidol neu weledol


Zanzibar Soccer Dreams (ZSD) presents the dawn of a new era for women’s soccer in Zanzibar, a predominantly Muslim Island in the Indian Ocean. ZSD is a follow-up to Zanzibar Soccer Queens - ZSQ - (2007), which focused on Women Fighters, a team of strong-willed Muslim women determined to play soccer to better their lives.
ZSD documents the impact of the first film, revealing personal and societal transformations borne out of women’s persistence to pursue their soccer passions despite obstacles and challenges. Their resistance has paid off and today in Zanzibar women’s soccer has gone mainstream. As one player declares, “Men who used to say you are hooligans, have no more words left”. Muslim schoolgirls can now play soccer as part of their physical education. Despite limited soccer equipment the schoolgirls cherish their new status, freedom and the right to play. One schoolgirl asserts, “Something great has happened to girls”.
Cyfieithiad o deitl y cyfraniadZanzibar Soccer Dreams
Iaith wreiddiolArall
Man cyhoeddiSelected and screened at numerous international film festivals in 10 different countries including Canada, United Kingdom, USA Tanzania, Greece, Kenya, Germany, Ukraine, Ghana, Antigua and Barbuda
Cyfrwng allbwnFfilm
Maint64 minutes
StatwsCyhoeddwyd - 20 Mai 2016

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