Tallinn Black Nights Film Festival 2013

Selection of sports films from the Estonian Olympic Committee.

View other Tallinn Black Nights Film Festival Films by strand: International EurAsia Competition, Animated Dreams, Developing Countries in Focus, Doc@PÖFF, European Parliament Film Prize LUX, Fashion Cinema, Focus On Canadian Cinema, Forum, Heave(i)n Estonian Film Competition, Inuit and Arctic Cinematography In Canada, István Szabó Retrospective, Just Film, Mexico Bronco, New German Film, Nordic Lights, North American Films Competition, Opening and Closing films, Panorama, Screen International Critics Choice, Selected Titles, Special Screenings, Tribute to Koji Wakamatsu, Tridens Competition , Vitamin Boost

Rush Rush
Rush and The Armstrong Lie
The Armstrong Lie (Country: US; Year: 2013; Director: Alex Gibney; Writer: Peter Elkind; Stars: Lance Armstrong)
Study of the cyclist that was being shot when the doping scandal broke.
Black Diamonds (Country: Spain, Portugal; Year: 2013; Director: Miguel Alcantud; Writer: Miguel Alcantud)
A documentary about impoverished African children who dream of changing thei luck by becoming football stars.
The Referee (L'arbitro) (Country: Italy, Argentina; Year: 2013; Director: Paolo Zucca; Writer: Paolo Zucca, Barbara Alberti; Stars: Stefano Accorsi, Marco Cadau, Geppi Cucciari, Jacopo Cullin, Alessio Di Clemente, Franco Fais, Quirico Manunza, Marco Messeri, Grégoire Oestermann, Francesco Pannofino, Benito Urgu)
Football comedy.
Rush (Country: US, Germany, UK; Year: 2013; Director: Ron Howard; Writer: Peter Morgan; Stars: Chris Hemsworth, Daniel Bruhl, Olivia Wilde, Alexandra Maria Lara)
The rivalry between Formula One drivers James Hunt and Niki Lauda comes to a fateful head at the 1976 German Grand Prix.
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