Competitions & Offers

Current Alborada Competitions & Offers

November 2017

THIS COMPETITION IS NOW CLOSED

Alborada has three pairs of tickets to give away for a special screening of the award-winning short documentary The Good Fight

by Ben Holman and Neirin Jones

The event takes place on Friday 24 November at Mother London Building (film agency) in Shoreditch.

Biscuit Building, 10 Redchurch Street
London E2 7DD UK

The event starts at 7pm start and, in addition to the The Good Fight screening, there will be Brazilian music, a bar, and an exhibition of Brazilian photography from the filmmaker Neirin Jones.

Alan Duarte, the film’s protagonist will be also be present at the event.

For a chance to win a pair of tickets to the event, simply email info[at]alborada.net with ‘The Good Fight’ in the subject line.

The competition deadline is 4pm on Wednesday 22 November; winners will be chosen at random and will be notified by 5pm on the same day.

Film Synopsis:

Alan Duarte has lost nine close family members to gun violence in his favela community in Rio de Janeiro.

Now, through his boxing project, “Abraço Campeão” (Embracing Champions) he’s fighting to build a better future for his son and his community.

http://thegoodfightmovie.com/

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Inspired, by their friend Alan Duarte’s story, filmmakers Ben Holman and Neirin Jones made a film that had its global premiere at the Tribeca Film Festival in 2017, where it won Best Documentary short.

​​In awarding the prize the Tribeca Jury said of The Good Fight: “This is an unflinching portrait of finding hope in a world of danger; a journey of perseverance in the face of tragedy; an uplifting and visually compelling story of redemption.”

Both the film makers and the subject of the documentary himself will be at the screening to discuss the equally eventful story behind the film.

Founded by Alan Duarte, ABRAÇO CAMPEÃO (Embracing Champions) is a Brazilian NGO that combines boxing with alternative education to help young people make positive life decisions.

Alan has lost 10 close family members to gun violence. He doesn’t want to see that happen to anyone else.

With minimal support and working within a conflict zone, Alan and his team of volunteers have seen the project grow from 10 members to over 100

Current Alborada Competitions & Offers

November 2017

THIS COMPETITION IS NOW CLOSED

Alborada has three pairs of tickets to give away for a special screening of the award-winning short documentary The Good Fight

by Ben Holman and Neirin Jones

The event takes place on Friday 24 November at Mother London Building (film agency) in Shoreditch.

Biscuit Building, 10 Redchurch Street
London E2 7DD UK

The event starts at 7pm start and, in addition to the The Good Fight screening, there will be Brazilian music, a bar, and an exhibition of Brazilian photography from the filmmaker Neirin Jones.

Alan Duarte, the film’s protagonist will be also be present at the event.

For a chance to win a pair of tickets to the event, simply email info[at]alborada.net with ‘The Good Fight’ in the subject line.

The competition deadline is 4pm on Wednesday 22 November; winners will be chosen at random and will be notified by 5pm on the same day.

Film Synopsis:

Alan Duarte has lost nine close family members to gun violence in his favela community in Rio de Janeiro.

Now, through his boxing project, “Abraço Campeão” (Embracing Champions) he’s fighting to build a better future for his son and his community.

http://thegoodfightmovie.com/

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Inspired, by their friend Alan Duarte’s story, filmmakers Ben Holman and Neirin Jones made a film that had its global premiere at the Tribeca Film Festival in 2017, where it won Best Documentary short.

​​In awarding the prize the Tribeca Jury said of The Good Fight: “This is an unflinching portrait of finding hope in a world of danger; a journey of perseverance in the face of tragedy; an uplifting and visually compelling story of redemption.”

Both the film makers and the subject of the documentary himself will be at the screening to discuss the equally eventful story behind the film.

Founded by Alan Duarte, ABRAÇO CAMPEÃO (Embracing Champions) is a Brazilian NGO that combines boxing with alternative education to help young people make positive life decisions.

Alan has lost 10 close family members to gun violence. He doesn’t want to see that happen to anyone else.

With minimal support and working within a conflict zone, Alan and his team of volunteers have seen the project grow from 10 members to over 100

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