Tuesday 23rd October, 2012

In the year of the Arab Spring, a British football team head to Egypt armed with a football and a desire to engage with local communities. But the Egyptian revolution unfolds around them forcing the team to rethink their agenda. Do they carry on with their journey into Palestine to become the first UK team to play there?

As much about an emotional journey as a physical one, 'Over The Wall' is a fresh take on Middle East conflicts and personal responsibility bearing witness to a group of young men finding their political voice.

After the film, directors Matthew Kay and Jasper Kain, and members of Football Beyond Borders Timmy Omacar and Mesh Pillay discussed the passion that went into the making of Over The Wall with Exec Producer Holly Aylett.

To find out more about Football Beyond Borders, click here.



"A refreshing, inspiring and humanitarian antidote to the corrupt, corporate world of modern football." - Huffington Post