Women’s World Cup film special: 3 films selected by Rocky Hehakaija

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    Meet Rocky Hehakaija: street football star, director of Favela Street Foundation, and special guest at our Women’s World Cup film special: a screening of Freedom Fields on June 8. In honour of the Women's World Cup, Rocky has selected 3 must-see films about women and sports from the IDFA online collection. Whether at school, in the water, or on the dance floor, these documentaries uplift us and smash stereotypes at the same time. It’s the perfect addition to Freedom Fields, in which female football players fight to play in a country where their sport is forbidden. Check out Rocky's motivation video, and watch the films below.

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    Martha & Niki

    • Tora Mårtens
    • 2015

      Two young Swedish women of African origin who compete in street dance competitions at the highest level notice that their friendship is starting to falter.

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      Dragon Girls

      • Inigo Westmeier
      • 2012

        At a gigantic training school in China, girls are being rigorously drilled to become practitioners of the noble martial art of Kung Fu.

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        Dulce

        • Angello Faccini, Guille Isa
        • 2018

          Dulce is terrified by her first swimming lesson, but swimming is an essential life skill in her Colombian coastal village.

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