African Football Factory releases its new catalogue to TV broadcasters

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African Football Factory - AFF is a sports marketing agency focusing Africa and its football. With activities structured around three types of expertise (Consulting / Events / Audiovisual), AFF supports brands and broadcasters throughout their sports strategies in Africa. Providing custom contents is part of the company's assets. Considering Africans markets and African sports consumers, AFF designed, among others, a documentaries' catalog about football in Africa as a key tool to leverage awareness and increase audience.

From grass roots football to the greatest sporting events, documentaries allow a journey into heart of the beautiful game, considered as a common passon and a global social fact. All works in the catalog contribute on the one hand to understand the place and the role of football in African societies and doing so, on the other hand, to discover Africa and capture its realities.

Talking about football and Africa through documentaries comes to address our world as it is. Movies were selected because of their societal or historical approach, offering thereby a larger understanding of football footprint in Africa. Football tells Africa, speaks about its history, narrates glorious and tragic epics, explains struggles, rehabilitates and glorify forgotten legends.

With this catalog, broadcasters and brands have an unreleased opportunity to offer quality and innovating content able to unite a wide audience.

Documentaries' rights start from 1500 € and short films series start from 5000 €.. The standard offer goes from 1 year with 15 run on a non-exclusive broadcast rights' basis.

Here are some links to programmes' trailers AFF distributes:

Documentaries:

Between the Cup and the Election
The Team That Never Played

Ladies’Turn
Zanzibar Soccer Queens 
Navetanes: The monsoon of champions

Short Films Series:

African Football Journey (Running Time: 17 x 2 to 6 min.)
Austin Ground
Football Made In Africa (Running Time: 35 x 1 min.30 sec.) :
Afraba