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NARRATIVE SHORT | 15 MIN | unknown

BLOODY FOOTY

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To the alarm of his soccer-loving Italian father, Mario wants a genuine Australian Rules football for his tenth birthday. Vito fears that if Aussie Rules wins out over his beloved soccer, it could foreshadow terrible things for his family and guide Mario away from his Italian heritage. It's only with some divine intervention that Papa realizes if he gives a little, he'll gain a lot, and ultimately it is only the shape of the ball that was different. In turns both hilarious and heartwarming, father and son ultimately join hands on different fields.
Film Information
Year: 2005
Length: 15 minutes
Language: English, Italian
Country: Australia
Premiere: North American
Cast & Credits
About the Director(s)
Dean Chircop has been directing short drama projects, music videos, and television commercials for eight years. Bloody Footy (2005) and The Parlour (2002) were both screened at the Berlinale Festival, the Los Angles International Short Film Festival, and the Chicago International Children's Festival. He teaches at the Griffith University Film School.

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