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Kicking Out| 18mins
Director: Suridh Hassan | Producer: Ryo Sanada
Focus Years: 2009 | Country: United Kingdom
Subject Tags: culture, education, europe, health, kenya, poverty, race, united kingdom
Quality Tags: Optimistic, Slow, Activating, Harmonizing
This film is an 18-minute short looking at at how getting involved with sports, in particular football, can help people, especially children, stay away from a lot of the struggles being poor in Kenya brings. The film looks at the use of sport to spread positive messages to help address the causes and problems of the HIV/AIDS crisis in Kenya. Photographed by Joe Cogan and edited by Tim Grabham and Suridh Hassan, the film was produced in association with Alive and Kicking and is dedicated to the memory of Jim Cogan OBE.
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