Rio de Janeiro hosted the premiere of All or Nothing: Brazil (Tudo ou Nada: Selecao Brasileira) on Thursday evening, in a glamorous event at Cidade das Artes.
The much awaited docu-series, which has now launched exclusively on Amazon Prime Video, presents an in-depth account of the Brazilian National Football team's journey to victory in the Copa America 2019.
Pitch Productions, part of leading sports marketing agency Pitch International, filmed over 800 hours of footage for the five episode series, as the world’s most successful football team in history allowed cameras to go behind the scenes for the first time.
Over 200 territories can now watch the series, which also features an unprecedented level of insight into many of the biggest names in football such as as Neymar, Dani Alves, Philippe Coutinho, Thiago Silva and Gabriel Jesus.
The series follows the team on its journey to the final of the tournament with insights ranging from the team’s time at the Granja Comary training facility, to the changing room during matches, to interviews with players, coaches and managers, to executive meetings, following the day-to-day stories that unfold within the lives of the players that finished in the top spot of the Copa América tournament.
Pitch International COO, Jonathan Rogers, said at the premiere: ‘Viewers are going to be transported into the heart of the Brazilian football team with unprecedented access. For the first time we see every aspect of what makes an international football team successful. This series sets a new bar for sports documentaries and we are grateful to the CBF for allowing our cameras tell this amazing story.
"Amazon have been a terrific partner on this project and we are extremely excited by the opportunities that the rapidly growing sports documentary genre offers.”
About Pitch Productions: Pitch Productions is a part of leading sports marketing agency, Pitch International. Pitch has produced critically-acclaimed and award winning films including Andy Murray: Resurfacing (2019), Dan Carter: Perfect 10 (2019), Crossing the Line (2016) and Kenny (2017), as well as over 400 hours of sports documentary programming for world leading sports broadcasters including Sky Sports, ESPN, Fox and beIN Sports.