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Brazil Soccer Doc With Ronaldo, Ronaldinho, Cafu Sells Wide for Collective, Entourage – Global Bulletin
Naman Ramachandran Collective Media Group and Entourage Sports and Entertainment‘s soccer documentary feature “Brazil 2002: The Real Story,” recounting the story of the 2002 World Cup on its 20th anniversary, has sold a raft of territories worldwide. The film uses six hours of unseen archive material shot by Brazilian soccer player Juliano Belletti during the tournament, and also features interviews with Ronaldo, Ronaldinho, Cafu and Gilberto Silva from the World Cup winning Brazil team; and, from the opposing teams across the tournament, David Beckham, Michael Owen, Oliver Kahn, Hasan Şaş and Marc Wilmots as well as referee Pierluigi Collina. FIFA has taken the film for its own streamer FIFA+, for territories including Asia (excluding Japan), Turkey and New Zealand. This is complemented by deals confirmed by distribution partner Abacus Media Rights including: Canal+ Group for Canal+ Foot and myCanal (France); Sky Deutschland (Germany, Austria, Switzerland, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg); Sky Italia (Italy, Republic of San Marino, Vatican City, Malta, Capodistria, Montecarlo and Italian speaking Switzerland); DBS Satellite Services (Israel and West Bank); Supersport Africa (for Africa); NOS Portugal (Portugal and PALOPs); Movistar Plus+ (Spain); and Stan Entertainment Pty (Australia).
Palaye Royale unveil details of extensive European and UK 2023 tour - - Britain - Spain - France - USA - Sweden - city London, Britain - Germany - Portugal - Switzerland - Denmark - city Stockholm, Sweden - Poland - city Paris, France - Finland - Bulgaria - city Warsaw, Poland - Romania - city Oslo - city Istanbul - city Berlin, Germany - Lithuania - Latvia - city Helsinki, Finland - city Copenhagen, Denmark - city Lisbon, Portugal - Estonia - city Manchester, Britain - county Love
Palaye Royale unveil details of extensive European and UK 2023 tour
Palaye Royale have unveiled details of an extensive European and UK tour for 2023 – check out the dates below.The band will tour from January to March and in the UK, they will play a night at London’s Brixton Academy.You can get tickets for the shows here from August 12 onwards.Palaye Royale European and UK Tour 2023:JANUARY21 – Krakow, Poland22 – Warsaw, Poland24 – Berlin, Germany26 – Copenhagen, Denmark28 – Stockholm, Sweden29 – Oslo, NorwayFEBRUARY5 – Cologne, Germany7 – Manchester, UK8 – Glasgow, UK10 – London, UK12 – Wolverhampton, UK13 – Paris, France15 – Barcelona, Spain17 – Lisbon, Portugal19 – Stuttgart, Germany20 – Zurich, Switzerland25 – Munich, GermanyMARCH1 – Vilnius Lithuania2 – Riga, Latvia3 – Tallinn, Estonia4 – Helsinki, Finland7 – Sofia, Bulgaria8 – Bucharest, Romania10 – Istanbul, TurkeyIt comes after the band recently announced the release of their fourth studio album ‘Fever Dream’, their first since 2020’s ‘The Bastards’.The band have released four singles in support of the album so far, including, its title track, ‘No Love In LA’, ‘Punching Bag’, ‘Paranoid’ and ‘Broken’.The album is out on October 28 via Sumerian Records and was made in collaboration with producer Chris Greatti, who has worked with the likes of Yungblud and Willow.Speaking about the new album recently, the band said: “Making this record felt like getting back to when we first fell in love with music.“This record is very much about self-belief and self-empowerment, and overcoming all the obstacles that life throws at you. It’s the first time we’ve really taken a hopeful approach in our music.”The band are currently playing festivals in Europe before they head on their North American from September.
Army suicide tragedy as three women from same regiment take their own lives in a year - - county Kent - Iraq - Afghanistan - county Camp - Estonia
Army suicide tragedy as three women from same regiment take their own lives in a year
soldiers from the same unit have taken their own lives in the last year. All of the women were serving with the Royal Artillery at the time of their deaths.Gunner Sophie Madden, 23, was found hanged inside an Army camp in Kent three weeks ago. READ MORE: Brit troops must be ready 'to fight and win' to stop Putin, says top army chiefShe was serving with 3rd Regiment Royal Horse Artillery when she died.Her death followed that of 19-Year-old Gunner Jaysley-Louise Beck, who was found dead at Larkhill Barracks on Salisbury Plain last December.Jaysley was serving with 14 Regiment Royal Artillery Recruitment Team when she died.Iraq and Afghan war veteran, Bombardier Nadine Askew, 31, was found dead in July last year.Known as Skew or Dotty, she completed a tour of Iraq, two of Afghanistan and joined peacekeeping duties in Estonia.She had served with 26th Regiment Royal Artillery, before becoming an instructor, training recruits on an AS-90 armoured vehicle with the 1 Royal Horse Artillery.Three weeks before her death, she joined a Queen’s gun salute in Edinburgh, with her role making her one of the few women to be in command of the gun.At the time of her death, her mum Amanda, said: “She was loved, she was cherished, she had a heart of gold and if there was any trouble, she would deal anybody out.“She had two families, she had us and she had her girls, her Army friends, and they were great friends and looked after each other.