Emmy Nomination for “Super League: The War for Football”!

Emmy Nomination for “Super League: The War for Football”!

Published on
April 15, 2024

We are thrilled to announce that Super League: The War for Football, a premium docuseries now streaming on Apple TV+, has received a Sports Emmy nomination in the category of Outstanding Documentary Series. This recognition is a well-deserved achievement for everyone involved in the project, including many past and present members of the DDC team, who played a pivotal role in bringing this incredible story to the screen.


This four-part docuseries, which goes inside the tumultuous events surrounding the proposed breakaway league, has captivated viewers worldwide with its insightful narrative about the future of the most beloved sport on the planet. With unprecedented access to the key players behind this saga, including league presidents, club owners, and the architects of the Super League, the docuseries offers an unparalleled behind-the-scenes look at the strategies, emotions, and motivations driving one of the biggest stories in sports history.

“A labyrinthian tale... the stakes are high and the situation desperate.”

The Wall Street Journal

“Shakespearean in scope and drama: the stage upon which unfolds a study of characters driven by their own sense of morality, ego, and righteousness about the future of the world's biggest sport.”

ABC


Our involvement in "Super League: The War for Football" marks another milestone in our team’s commitment to delivering high-quality production services, in this case with All Rise Films and Word + Pictures. The film was directed and executive produced by the acclaimed Jeff Zimbalist, a longtime DDC collaborator, and produced by DDC's co-founder Colby Gottert. Numerous past and present members of the DDC team worked on the production, including Luis Dechtiar (editor); Erika Narvaez (associate producer); Logan Combest-Friedman (co-producer); Natalia de la Cuesta (Line producer); Carolina Torres (archival researcher); Tom Codd and Bernardo Bichucher (associate editor); Jordan Baese (additional editor); Juan Narváez and Eduardo de Holanda (assistant editors); Gonzalo Castro (storyboard artist); Sebastian Correal and Nicolas Lozada (motion graphics artists); Cristobal de Alba, Benjamin Soto, Federico Pardo, Anthony Orberst and Adam Booher (cinematographers); and Naz Rahimi and Aaron Credeur (production support). These contributions provided essential production services that were critical to the project's success.

We extend our heartfelt congratulations to the entire team behind "Super League: The War for Football" and express our deepest gratitude for the opportunity to contribute to such a significant and timely project. This Sports Emmy nomination is not just an accolade but raises the bar for what is possible when passion, expertise, and dedication come together.


We look forward to working with you on our next award-winning film!

All the best,

Jack Gordon

Co-Founder, Digital Development Communications

Emmy Nomination for “Super League: The War for Football”!

Emmy Nomination for “Super League: The War for Football”!

Written on
June 13, 2024

We are thrilled to announce that Super League: The War for Football, a premium docuseries now streaming on Apple TV+, has received a Sports Emmy nomination in the category of Outstanding Documentary Series. This recognition is a well-deserved achievement for everyone involved in the project, including many past and present members of the DDC team, who played a pivotal role in bringing this incredible story to the screen.


This four-part docuseries, which goes inside the tumultuous events surrounding the proposed breakaway league, has captivated viewers worldwide with its insightful narrative about the future of the most beloved sport on the planet. With unprecedented access to the key players behind this saga, including league presidents, club owners, and the architects of the Super League, the docuseries offers an unparalleled behind-the-scenes look at the strategies, emotions, and motivations driving one of the biggest stories in sports history.

“A labyrinthian tale... the stakes are high and the situation desperate.”

The Wall Street Journal

“Shakespearean in scope and drama: the stage upon which unfolds a study of characters driven by their own sense of morality, ego, and righteousness about the future of the world's biggest sport.”

ABC


Our involvement in "Super League: The War for Football" marks another milestone in our team’s commitment to delivering high-quality production services, in this case with All Rise Films and Word + Pictures. The film was directed and executive produced by the acclaimed Jeff Zimbalist, a longtime DDC collaborator, and produced by DDC's co-founder Colby Gottert. Numerous past and present members of the DDC team worked on the production, including Luis Dechtiar (editor); Erika Narvaez (associate producer); Logan Combest-Friedman (co-producer); Natalia de la Cuesta (Line producer); Carolina Torres (archival researcher); Tom Codd and Bernardo Bichucher (associate editor); Jordan Baese (additional editor); Juan Narváez and Eduardo de Holanda (assistant editors); Gonzalo Castro (storyboard artist); Sebastian Correal and Nicolas Lozada (motion graphics artists); Cristobal de Alba, Benjamin Soto, Federico Pardo, Anthony Orberst and Adam Booher (cinematographers); and Naz Rahimi and Aaron Credeur (production support). These contributions provided essential production services that were critical to the project's success.

We extend our heartfelt congratulations to the entire team behind "Super League: The War for Football" and express our deepest gratitude for the opportunity to contribute to such a significant and timely project. This Sports Emmy nomination is not just an accolade but raises the bar for what is possible when passion, expertise, and dedication come together.


We look forward to working with you on our next award-winning film!

All the best,

Jack Gordon

Co-Founder, Digital Development Communications

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Emmy Nomination for “Super League: The War for Football”!

Emmy Nomination for “Super League: The War for Football”!

Written on
June 13, 2024

We are thrilled to announce that Super League: The War for Football, a premium docuseries now streaming on Apple TV+, has received a Sports Emmy nomination in the category of Outstanding Documentary Series. This recognition is a well-deserved achievement for everyone involved in the project, including many past and present members of the DDC team, who played a pivotal role in bringing this incredible story to the screen.


This four-part docuseries, which goes inside the tumultuous events surrounding the proposed breakaway league, has captivated viewers worldwide with its insightful narrative about the future of the most beloved sport on the planet. With unprecedented access to the key players behind this saga, including league presidents, club owners, and the architects of the Super League, the docuseries offers an unparalleled behind-the-scenes look at the strategies, emotions, and motivations driving one of the biggest stories in sports history.

“A labyrinthian tale... the stakes are high and the situation desperate.”

The Wall Street Journal

“Shakespearean in scope and drama: the stage upon which unfolds a study of characters driven by their own sense of morality, ego, and righteousness about the future of the world's biggest sport.”

ABC


Our involvement in "Super League: The War for Football" marks another milestone in our team’s commitment to delivering high-quality production services, in this case with All Rise Films and Word + Pictures. The film was directed and executive produced by the acclaimed Jeff Zimbalist, a longtime DDC collaborator, and produced by DDC's co-founder Colby Gottert. Numerous past and present members of the DDC team worked on the production, including Luis Dechtiar (editor); Erika Narvaez (associate producer); Logan Combest-Friedman (co-producer); Natalia de la Cuesta (Line producer); Carolina Torres (archival researcher); Tom Codd and Bernardo Bichucher (associate editor); Jordan Baese (additional editor); Juan Narváez and Eduardo de Holanda (assistant editors); Gonzalo Castro (storyboard artist); Sebastian Correal and Nicolas Lozada (motion graphics artists); Cristobal de Alba, Benjamin Soto, Federico Pardo, Anthony Orberst and Adam Booher (cinematographers); and Naz Rahimi and Aaron Credeur (production support). These contributions provided essential production services that were critical to the project's success.

We extend our heartfelt congratulations to the entire team behind "Super League: The War for Football" and express our deepest gratitude for the opportunity to contribute to such a significant and timely project. This Sports Emmy nomination is not just an accolade but raises the bar for what is possible when passion, expertise, and dedication come together.


We look forward to working with you on our next award-winning film!

All the best,

Jack Gordon

Co-Founder, Digital Development Communications

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Emmy Nomination for “Super League: The War for Football”!

Emmy Nomination for “Super League: The War for Football”!

Written on
June 13, 2024

We are thrilled to announce that Super League: The War for Football, a premium docuseries now streaming on Apple TV+, has received a Sports Emmy nomination in the category of Outstanding Documentary Series. This recognition is a well-deserved achievement for everyone involved in the project, including many past and present members of the DDC team, who played a pivotal role in bringing this incredible story to the screen.


This four-part docuseries, which goes inside the tumultuous events surrounding the proposed breakaway league, has captivated viewers worldwide with its insightful narrative about the future of the most beloved sport on the planet. With unprecedented access to the key players behind this saga, including league presidents, club owners, and the architects of the Super League, the docuseries offers an unparalleled behind-the-scenes look at the strategies, emotions, and motivations driving one of the biggest stories in sports history.

“A labyrinthian tale... the stakes are high and the situation desperate.”

The Wall Street Journal

“Shakespearean in scope and drama: the stage upon which unfolds a study of characters driven by their own sense of morality, ego, and righteousness about the future of the world's biggest sport.”

ABC


Our involvement in "Super League: The War for Football" marks another milestone in our team’s commitment to delivering high-quality production services, in this case with All Rise Films and Word + Pictures. The film was directed and executive produced by the acclaimed Jeff Zimbalist, a longtime DDC collaborator, and produced by DDC's co-founder Colby Gottert. Numerous past and present members of the DDC team worked on the production, including Luis Dechtiar (editor); Erika Narvaez (associate producer); Logan Combest-Friedman (co-producer); Natalia de la Cuesta (Line producer); Carolina Torres (archival researcher); Tom Codd and Bernardo Bichucher (associate editor); Jordan Baese (additional editor); Juan Narváez and Eduardo de Holanda (assistant editors); Gonzalo Castro (storyboard artist); Sebastian Correal and Nicolas Lozada (motion graphics artists); Cristobal de Alba, Benjamin Soto, Federico Pardo, Anthony Orberst and Adam Booher (cinematographers); and Naz Rahimi and Aaron Credeur (production support). These contributions provided essential production services that were critical to the project's success.

We extend our heartfelt congratulations to the entire team behind "Super League: The War for Football" and express our deepest gratitude for the opportunity to contribute to such a significant and timely project. This Sports Emmy nomination is not just an accolade but raises the bar for what is possible when passion, expertise, and dedication come together.


We look forward to working with you on our next award-winning film!

All the best,

Jack Gordon

Co-Founder, Digital Development Communications

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Emmy Nomination for “Super League: The War for Football”!

Emmy Nomination for “Super League: The War for Football”!

Written on
June 13, 2024

We are thrilled to announce that Super League: The War for Football, a premium docuseries now streaming on Apple TV+, has received a Sports Emmy nomination in the category of Outstanding Documentary Series. This recognition is a well-deserved achievement for everyone involved in the project, including many past and present members of the DDC team, who played a pivotal role in bringing this incredible story to the screen.


This four-part docuseries, which goes inside the tumultuous events surrounding the proposed breakaway league, has captivated viewers worldwide with its insightful narrative about the future of the most beloved sport on the planet. With unprecedented access to the key players behind this saga, including league presidents, club owners, and the architects of the Super League, the docuseries offers an unparalleled behind-the-scenes look at the strategies, emotions, and motivations driving one of the biggest stories in sports history.

“A labyrinthian tale... the stakes are high and the situation desperate.”

The Wall Street Journal

“Shakespearean in scope and drama: the stage upon which unfolds a study of characters driven by their own sense of morality, ego, and righteousness about the future of the world's biggest sport.”

ABC


Our involvement in "Super League: The War for Football" marks another milestone in our team’s commitment to delivering high-quality production services, in this case with All Rise Films and Word + Pictures. The film was directed and executive produced by the acclaimed Jeff Zimbalist, a longtime DDC collaborator, and produced by DDC's co-founder Colby Gottert. Numerous past and present members of the DDC team worked on the production, including Luis Dechtiar (editor); Erika Narvaez (associate producer); Logan Combest-Friedman (co-producer); Natalia de la Cuesta (Line producer); Carolina Torres (archival researcher); Tom Codd and Bernardo Bichucher (associate editor); Jordan Baese (additional editor); Juan Narváez and Eduardo de Holanda (assistant editors); Gonzalo Castro (storyboard artist); Sebastian Correal and Nicolas Lozada (motion graphics artists); Cristobal de Alba, Benjamin Soto, Federico Pardo, Anthony Orberst and Adam Booher (cinematographers); and Naz Rahimi and Aaron Credeur (production support). These contributions provided essential production services that were critical to the project's success.

We extend our heartfelt congratulations to the entire team behind "Super League: The War for Football" and express our deepest gratitude for the opportunity to contribute to such a significant and timely project. This Sports Emmy nomination is not just an accolade but raises the bar for what is possible when passion, expertise, and dedication come together.


We look forward to working with you on our next award-winning film!

All the best,

Jack Gordon

Co-Founder, Digital Development Communications

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