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Ferrari: The Race to Immortality
The late 1950s were known as golden years in the world of motor racing, champions were made and lost on a Sunday, and no losses were greater than those of Enzo Ferrari’s Scuderia.
Based on Chris Nixon’s bestselling biography Mon Ami Mate, Ferrari: Race to Immortality tells the story of the loves and losses, triumphs and tragedy of a turbulent era that shook the motor racing world.
Part of the exhibition programme for Ferrari: Under the skin.
This documentary contains scenes that some viewers may find distressing.
Daryl Goodrich is an award-winning director and director of Ferrari: Race To Immortality. Previously he has worked as a Creative Director on sports brands such as Channels 4’s American Football, Horse Racing and Cricket and ITV’s Formula One and World Rally Championships. He has directed commercials for brands including British Airways, Adidas and Nokia.
With a demonstrable track record in feature film financing, production and distribution, Julia Taylor-Stanley is one of the most well respected film producers in the UK, whose credits include Ralph Fiennes’ directorial debut Coriolanus and Julie Taymor’s film adaptation of The Tempest, starring Helen Mirren, Felicity Jones and Ben Wishaw.
Richard Williams is a former chief sports writer of the Independent and the Guardian, for whom he covered six Olympic Games and five World Cups. He now writes a weekly column for the Guardian, as well as a monthly column for Motor Sport. His books include The Death of Ayrton Senna, Racers, and Enzo Ferrari: A Life.