This film from Al Jazeera follows the Slemani ultras. They have given a voice to women in a culture where they are often expected to adopt traditional female roles. These women have changed the face of football fans, as well as challenged cultural norms. They are non-violent, loud and proud, and most importantly they love football!
They are unknown and underpaid, but Bollywood's stunt performers take life-threatening risks to entertain movie fans. This documentary from Al Jazeera's 101 East series explores why so many young Indian stunt performers are drawn to the bright lights of Bollywood for little reward.
Femi Bamigboye is the coach and founder of the Remo Football Academy in the small Nigerian town of Iperu. We spend a week with Femi Bamigboye as he gets his players ready for the cup final of a local knock-out competition. Femi's son Sam leads the team of youngsters against an older and more experienced team.