Kicking & Screening Soccer Film Fest, more ways to see more soccer films

By Sean McCaffery, June 9, 2018

Following their 10th triumphant showing of new soccer films and shorts last month, they are at it again. Today they announce ways to see some of the films they screened, and in support of the game and genre a few more. 

Celtic Soul from last years festival is streaing on iTunes, Amazon and more, it is the first film distributed by K & S Media Group.

THe Workers Cup, June 8-17 in Astoria at the Museum of the Moving Image, a great venue. This was a Sundance selection and tells the story of the migrant workers putting together the World Cup in Qatar as they prep for the " worker's welfare" tourney. To get a 20% discount on this Adam Sobel work use discount code WC20.

En El Septimo Dia. this will be shown at no cost and tells the story of undocumented immigrants in Sunset Park Brooklyn as they prep for a big tourney. RSVP to Eventbrite for your free admission on June 23.

Nossa Chape a real look at the tradgedy following the plane crash that claimed the lives of all but 3 players but left none unscathed. This moving movie is set to kickoff at 4:15 following the  day's coverage of the World CUp on Fox, make it a double feature as you head off to En El Septimo Dia.

American Futbol, a fantastic film to see before it all kicks off, as it shows a few young Americans and their journey to the World Cup in Brazil, this is showing on Vimeo at no cost.