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It may make for a strange title, but it’s true, as a comment on Football Made in Africa sportingly points out:


Our ambition, a year before the world cup 2010 in South-Africa, is to portray a positive vision of Africa, an Africa that lives, thrives, and enthuses on football. The films and portraits will bring to life moments: poignant, funny, and poetic stories and stills that reflect the imagination and energy that belong to the African soil. The authentic and loveable African spirit brought to life in a simple, memorable and relevant way. An honest, grass root portrayal of football made in Africa.

With thanks for the heads up to Dwell, on twitter:

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