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17

Director: Widad Shafakoj
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A social exploration into the lives of young women who are passionate about a sport they have been told was only for men.
The film worked with an all-Jordanian crew and was shot in quite a feminine, raw, empowering way, using the impeccable ARRI Alexa and Amira models.
No lighting was used during the filming of 17 whatsoever, which helped its director capture some real moments.
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2017/ Jordan - UK73 min/ Documentary
SYNOPSIS
17 follows the Jordanian under-17 women’s football team as they prepare for the FIFA U17 Women’s World Cup Jordan 2016. Coming from different backgrounds, each of the girls has faced a different set of challenges as a national team player. But now they come together to face their biggest challenge yet. Who will make it in the final squad? Will the odds finally start working for the team?

CAST
The U-17 team including:
Robbie Johnson
Neil McDonald
Sawsan Al Hasaseen
Soleen Al Zoubi
Yanal Malkosh
And others
CREW
DOP: Ali Saadi
Editor: Yahya Alabdallah
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Producer(s)
Muna Fityani
film festivals
film festivals El Gouna Film Festival, Egypt
film festivals Arabisches Film festival Tübingen, Germany
film festivals Carthage Film Festival (JCC) in Tunisia
film festivals Arab Film Festival in San Francisco, USA
film festivals Malmo Arab Women Film Festival, Sweden
film festivals Tehran Int'l Short Film Festival, Iran
film festivals Dubai International Film Festival, UAE
film festivals Arab Film Festival in California, USA
film festivals Carthage Film Festival (JCC), Tunisia
film festivals Arabisches Filmfestival Tübingen, Germany
film festivals Franco Arab Film Festival, Jordan
film awards
film awards Winner of Best Documentary, Franco Arab Film Festival
Reviews

Alrai - Najeh Hassan (Arabic)

http://bit.ly/2iJyohV

Soccer Movie Mom

https://soccermoviemom.com/17-2017/

Quotes
“I enjoyed watching this film” Soccer Movie Mom
“17 is a reflection of the vividence of the Jordanian film-making now”Alrai - Najeh Hassan (Arabic)