BARBOSA:
THE MAN WHO
MADE BRAZIL CRY

Directed by Loch Phillipps

In a play that lasted only moments, goalkeeper Moacir Barbosa forever earned the title: The man who made Brazil cry. But of course, no man can be summarized by a single event. Preview Video  Film page »

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What is 30 for 30?

ESPN Films is proud to present its Emmy-nominated documentary series 30 for 30, and its 30-part digital short film series. 30 for 30 Shorts is a collaboration with Bill Simmons' Grantland.com and is similar to the feature-length films in that each piece represents a specific point of view of the filmmaker and is a reflection of how they blend the narrative with their own visual style.

The idea behind 30 for 30 was to commemorate ESPN's 30th anniversary by producing 30 films from some of today's finest directors. Each filmmaker brought their passion and personal point of view to each film, detailing the issues, trends, athletes, teams, rivalries, games and events that transformed the sports landscape from 1979 to 2009.

From Barry Levinson & Peter Berg to Steve James, Brett Morgen and Ice Cube, each filmmaker brings his or her unique perspective to an extraordinary sports story. Multiple films have received official selections from the Sundance, Toronto, Tribeca and South by Southwest film festivals, making this collection of remarkable films a must-have for any film fan. A look back at 30 for 30 films »

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The Price Of Gold

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Youngstown Boys

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Kid Danny

Danny Almonte recalls what it was like to be caught in a LLWS scandal at age 14.

The Deal

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Judging Jewell

Hours after his heroism, Richard Jewell was called a murderer.

The Great Imposter

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The Schedule Makers

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Collision Course: The Murder of Don Aronow

His fast boats drew him into a drug war.

Wilt Chamberlain: Borscht Belt Bellhop

An unexplored chapter in the life of Wilt Chamberlain.

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