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The Rugby World Cup kicks off this September, right here in England actually, and to tie in with the tournament, a new documentary from the producers of Formula 1 film Senna, will release in cinemas for one night only on September 1st. Building Jerusalem is the story of the England World Cup win in 2003.
World Cup Rugby Final between England and Australia on Saturday 22nd November 2003 at Telstra Stadium Sydney Australia. Photo by Steve Cuff
We have the trailer for the film, which you can watch below.
It’s a sports documentary from the producer of Oscar-winning ‘Man on Wire’ and ‘Senna’, Victoria Gregory, and Emmy nominated director, James Erskine (Pantani: The Accidental Death of a Cyclist, One Night in Turin. From the Ashes) about the story of the England World Cup win in 2003. (See attached press release for release pattern information).
- Paul Heath
In a first of its kind, a 'docu-feature' film on the life of the legendary Indian cricketer Sachin Tendulkar is all set to release on the silver screen in 2016. This film will capture the phenomenal rise of Sachin Tendulkar and will also reveal few aspects of his life which were never heard or seen before. Meanwhile, Sachin Tendulkar, has invited his fans to suggest the title of the yet to be titled 'docu-feature'. In return, the Master Blaster has also promised a treat for those who suggest the best names. Speaking about the 'naming ceremony' of the 'docu-feature', Sachin said, "There is something very special in store for the ones who come up with the most ideal title for my movie. I am waiting to hear from you." Apart from his presence in the movie, Tendulkar is also said to be making a lot of contribution to the project, which »
- Bollywood Hungama News Network
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