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FILM GUIDE ARCHIVE SHORT NARRATIVE

DOES GOD PLAY FOOTBALL?

TFF 2005
FILM GUIDE ARCHIVE DOES GOD PLAY FOOTBALL? [TFF 2005]
An endearing tale of faith and fate, with the odd miracle thrown in, set in the 1960's, Tommy is a 7-year-old boy without a dad who fills in the emotional gaps in his life by believing he is Jesus Christ.
An endearing tale of faith and fate, with the odd miracle thrown in, set in the 1960's, Tommy is a 7-year-old boy without a dad who fills in the emotional gaps in his life by believing he is Jesus Christ.
Film Information
Year: 2004
Length: 9 minutes
Language: English
Country:
Premiere: New York
Special Note

About the Director(s)
Michael Walker started his career in the drama and editing department of the BBC. He went on to write both shorts and feature films, with work selected for the London Film Festival, invited for selection at the BAFTA short film awards, and commended by Turner Classic Short Film Awards, among others. Walker also was invited to attend The Performing Arts Writers Lab, where his first feature screenplay was developed and later produced by Movie Screen Entertainment. He went on to develop three more feature screenplays. Walker's most recent feature screenplay, Bright Colours Cold Sunshine, was recently accepted into a script development program.

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