Before live television reporting became the standard, the short sport reports in the newsreels were the only opportunity for large audiences to take part in sporting highlights. It’s therefore no surprise that the newsreels themselves were responsible for producing feature-length films about outstanding sporting events. HINEIN! DEUTSCHE FUSSBALL-MEISTERSCHAFT 1950 (Go For It! The 1950 German Football Championships, Walter Rohde, West Germany 1950) documents the championship final between VFB Stuttgart and Kickers Offenbach held at the Berlin Olympic Stadium on June 25 1950. The film is more than just a football report, however, as it creates a portrait of the players, all of whom worked in other professionals at the time. It also observes the construction workers at the Olympic Stadium and takes the viewer in a stroll down Kurfürstendamm. A document from a time when football was not yet completely commercialized. (Jeanpaul Goergen).