A documentary film celebrating the 1992/1993-league championship winning Stoke City team has been released by Stoke based filmmakers, Inspired Film and Video. The film has been produced with funding from Aganto – the Madeley based temporary building specialists and a host of fans that contributed via Crowdfunder.
The film is the story of the team told by the people that were there, both on the pitch and on the terraces.
The highs and lows, victories and defeats, goals and drama relived and retold on screen.
But this isn’t just a film about Stoke City, it’s a film about the City of Stoke. The people, pot-banks, politics and personalities around the City at the time.
It’s a film set in the first season of the Premier League, in a footballing world much different than today, before money changed the game forever.
Contributors include Lou Macari, Mark Stein, Carl Beeston, Ian Cranson, Nigel Gleghorn, Nello and many more.
Inspired Film and Video Director Daniel Stubbs – a lifelong Stoke City fan – said “It’s been an immense pleasure to produce this film. The first match I attended was a 2-1 home victory against Leyton Orient during that momentous season and I was instantly converted to everything Stoke City. To get the chance to meet the players we idolized from the Boothen End and to re-tell their story has been fantastic. The film was made possible thanks to the support of Aganto and all the crowdfunders who got involved.”
The film will have it’s Premiere at the Film Theatre in Stoke on Trent on Wednesday 30th January.
For more information please contact Inspired on 01782 845533 or firstname.lastname@example.org