This film shows the difference between the global media industry and World Film Collective’s World Cup Reporters. Without the resources that the pros have, the WFC reporters are still making films during the World Cup, editing reports in their shacks and hustling to get access. A great example of two worlds colliding during the World’s […]
Where do you usually watch the games of the World Cup 2014? Some people go to a bar or restaurant, some others go to the beach or on the street. There are still those that watch it at home with the family and a group of friends.
Fans are gearing up for South Africa’s first match against Mexico tomorrow, June11th. Everyone believes it Bafana Bafana will be victorious. The locals will be watching the action from their favorite hotspot, Mzoli’s. Come out and join the fun!
The fans turned out in full force to support Bafana Bafana against Uruguay. The crowd was decorated in Green and Yellow and the noise from their vuvuzelas was almost deafening. Even though SA didn’t win the match, the fans were still celebrating their chance to play well into the night.
Our reporter shares some thoughts on the 2010 World Cup from her home in Gugulethu. The World Cup has brought a lot of visitors to South Africa and Cape Town has changed a lot in order to accommodate them
World Cup Reporters presents the reaction of the people that went to Vila Isabel to watch the game between Brazil and Germany that entered to history as the biggest host team tragedy ever. Mobile Video Camera: Leandro Lima and Jairo Tinim Sound: Matheus Castro Video Edition: Jardel Sabino Translation: Fabrício Junger Translation Review: Marcela Bergamaschi […]