Enjoy the video summary of the tenth edition of the Thinking Football Film Festival, which for six days brought together hundreds of people at the Sala BBK in Bilbao.
Thank you all of for coming and having made possible this cultural initiative that, year after year, consolidates itself as one of the most important football and film festivals in the world.
See you next year!
Athletic joins Bizkaia Red Cross toy drive
The San Mamés store will become a collection point and for every 10 euros of items donated, a free ticket for the Chivas match will be given away
Goal: STOP violence against children in sport
On World Children's Day, Athletic Club supports the universal rights of children to play sport in a safe environment
New "irakurLE-ON" reading campaign
The Foundation has published two posters with Dani Vivian, Nico Williams and Erika Vázquez in which, through a nod to the illustrator Norman Rockwell, young people are encouraged to discover their passion for books
Everything ready for the 2022 Christmas Camp
Athletic Club and the Foundation open the registration period for the traditional Christmas Camp held at Lezama
“Tigrar” wins the Thinking Audience Award
The tenth edition of the film and football festival organized by the Athletic Foundation ended yesterday with a special dedicated to director Juanjo Giménez
Martin Bengtsson or the hidden face of professional football
The film based on the biography of the former Swedish player shows to what extent the elite tests the mental health of athletes
Enjoying Walking Football
Athletic Club Fundazioa closes its brilliant participation in Germany with a meritorious third place
Thanks to women like Alicia Vargas
The documentary "Destino Confidencial: Campeonas" recalls the social importance of the pioneers of women's football
Nadia Nadim, much more than football
The “biopic” about the Afghan refugee, an international soccer player with Denmark, moves the public on the third day of the Thinking Football Film Festival
Jock Stein: "Football without fans is nothing"
“The three kings” revives the enormous legacy of Stein, Shankly and Busby, three Scottish managers who changed and improved the history of football