A group of homeless children in Durban are chosen to represent South Africa in the first ever Street Child World Cup. For them, football might be a way to a brighter future.
Documentary Filmmaker, Producer, Writer Tim Pritchard is a documentary filmmaker whose films are shown all over the world. His credits include documentaries for Channel 4, BBC, PBS and Discovery Channel. His first book, Ambush Alley, an eye-opening account of the most extraordinary battle of the Iraq war, was published by Random House. His second book, Street Boys, published by Harper Collins in 2008, tells the story of a London street gang. As a program maker he has made documentaries for broadcasters throughout the world including the award-winning series Hostage for Channel 4 and PBS, Ross Kemp on Gangs for Sky One, The Force a documentary series on the RUC for Channel 4, Planet Islam, a series looking at religious fundamentalism for the BBC and PBS and When Black Became Beautiful, a series charting the rise of black beauty for the BBC.