Ping Pong

Ping Pong was made with the funding support of:





BRITDOC Foundation empowers documentary filmmaking.  We do this - on and offline - by enabling great films with global ambition, by brokering new partners and by helping to build new business models for filmmakers to deploy.



Wellcome Trust


The Wellcome Trust is a global charitable foundation dedicated to achieving extraordinary improvements in human and animal health.  They support the brightest minds in biomedical research and the medical humanities. Their breadth of support includes public engagement, education and the application of research to improve health.


Puma.Creative Catalyst


PUMA.Creative Catalyst Award is an international documentary development fund aimed at helping filmmakers from around the world develop film ideas that speak to PUMA.Vision’s core values of SafePeace and Creative..  Click the logo for further details.





The International Table Tennis Federation (ITTF) is the governing body for all international table tennis associations.





Our partners in Ping Pong:


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The ETTA aim to provide an environment that promotes and supports active, lifelong participation in table tennis at all levels whilst striving to identify and develop Commonwealth, European, World and Olympic/Paralympic champions.

Ping! at the Movies
We hope the film leaves our audiences inspired. After each viewing, filmgoers will have the chance to test their own ping pong skills. We are working with Ping! to place public ping pong tables wherever the film is showing. Ping! is the national ping pong project, which sees 700 public tables installed across 8 cities for all to play. The tables are situated across landmarks, squares, parks and museums. To join the fun, just borrow a bat from the side of the table.

For information about table locations and activities,  go to



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London 2012 Festival:


Our film is officially part of the London 2012 Festival. Over 12,000 events are taking place in celebration of London hosting the Olympic Games. Ping Pong shines a light on players at a later stage in their sporting careers and shows that everyone - absolutely everyone - has the ability to get involved in sport.

As part of the London 2012 Festival we will be hosting screenings of the film at the Olympic Live Site venues and in care homes across the country, to encourage audiences young and old to try their hand at Table Tennis.


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