espnW’s ‘When I Play’ short film celebrates women at all ages in every sport
The empowering project celebrates the women making history every day
Wednesday, espnW debuted the short film When I Play by espnW senior writer Allison Glock. The film features a volunteer group made up of female athletes from the Atlanta area participating in sports ranging from powerlifting to ballet. The project began as a poem, and morphed into a film that celebrates that “movement is movement.” It features a diverse group of women in age, ethnicity and in sport.
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