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Hood River (2021)

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Hood River
Directed bySteven Cantor Jonathan Field
Produced byRobert Rodriguez
Written byZig Gauthier
Music byBC Smith
CinematographyCasey Regan
Edited byFederico Rosenzvit
El Rey Network Studios

Stick Figure Productions Troublemaker Studios

Distributed byGravitas Ventures
Release date
September 10, 2021
CountryUnited States

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Hood River (2021)[1] is a film directed by Steven Cantor and Jonathan Field. It premiered at South By Southwest Film Festival in 2020.


In a small agricultural community in Oregon, where lines are drawn between Mexican and Caucasians, a talented but racially segmented high school soccer team struggles to overcome their personal issues and come together as a team. They have to navigate the deportation of a star player’s father and the town’s outsize expectations and then prioritize their commitment to each other on the soccer field in order to win their division and secure a coveted spot in the state playoffs.


  1. Hutchinson, Chase. "New Documentary Hood River Profiles Oregon High School Soccer Team, Tackling Socioeconomic and Immigration Issues That Go Beyond Sports". Portland Mercury. Retrieved 2022-10-24.

External Links[edit]

Hood River at IMDb

New documentary follows Hood River high school soccer team

“Hood River” Documents a High School Soccer Team’s Struggles Both On and Off the Pitch

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