Aussie Rules the World: Directed by Michael McIntyre. With Andrew Demetriou, Peter FitzSimons, Adam Goodes, Tadgh Kennelly. AUSSIE RULES. Why would we keep the greatest game in the world a secret? Can our uniquely indigenous game survive on the world stage?
Aussie Rules the World. From the war torn streets of Jerusalem to the chaos of Mumbai - Austrailian Football League superstar Brett Kirk travels the world in this documentary to prove Austrailian Football - or Aussie Footy - is truly one of the greatest sports in the world. By ordering or viewing, you agree to our Terms.
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Aussie Rules the World is a 2014 Australian sports documentary film produced by Second Nature Films, directed by Michael Stringer McIntyre and includes interviews with various Australian Football League personalities, including, among others, former Sydney Swans premiership coach and later Melbourne coach Paul Roos, four-time Essendon premiership coach and foundation Greater Western Sydney coach Kevin Sheedy, former AFL CEO Andrew Demetriou, current Richmond player Bachar Houli and incumbent ...
Australia’s national game is under threat from all world sports. Now the AFL must find new ways to survive in this global market. AUSSIE RULES THE WORLD follows AFL superstar Brett Kirk on an international mission to save the game. Narrated by award winning actor David Wenham- this film uncovers people’s passion for footy in unexpected corners of the globe.
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Aussie Rules The World. PG-13. 2014. --. Tomatometer 1 Reviews. 100%. Audience Score Fewer than 50 Ratings.
Aussie Rules The World follows former AFL star Brett Kirk on an international mission to share the game, and the film is now available on iTunes! Check it ou...
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Australian rules football is played throughout the world. 26 countries have participated in the International Cup (held trienially since 2002 and the highest level of international competition), and 20 countries have participated in the Euro Cup, both of which prohibit Australian players.