No Mundo Maravilhoso do Futebol

Notes

This unconventional documentary of Favela children–using pictures taken by the children themselves–organises representation around the theme of football and community.

In English and Portuguese.

Editor Julian Germain, Murilo Godoy, Patriciazevedo
Publisher Basalt Publishers
ISBN 9075574126
Reference P2950
Date 1998
Type Publication

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