The People’s Cup Project

“The People’s Cup” is a film about the World Cup, focused on people and their emotions. No football, just feelings. It was shot in the last World Cup by 32 filmmakers in the 32 countries that participated in the championship.

Siggi Eggertsson, an Icelandic illustrator, made all the graphic design.

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