A feature-documentary based on the life of British-Pakistani boxer Amir Khan is set to premiere Saturday at Raindance Film Festival in London.
The 31-year-old boxer took to social media to make the announcement, writing, “Excited to announce that Team Khan a feature documentary about me is having its World Premiere at the Raindance Film Festival in London, this Saturday, 29th of September. Last few tickets are available through the Raindance website. See you there!”
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Excited to announce that TEAM KHAN, a feature documentary about me, is having its World Premiere at the Raindance Film Festival in London this Saturday 29th of September. Last few tickets are available through the Raindance website. See you there! . The film will have a wider release later this year, more details to follow soon . @novembafilms @raindancefilmfestival #teamkhanmovie #comingsoon
The documentary has also been nominated for Best UK Feature and Best Cinematography, according to the film’s production team.
The team further said, “Over the course of two years we spent countless hours watching Amir train under the tutelage of Virgil Hunter. The skill, dedication and athleticism we witnessed in those sessions was incredible to see up close.”
The short film is a joint project of Australian film-makers Blair Macdonald and Oliver Clark of Novemba Films.