The World Cup’s been over for nearly nine months and the English Premier League’s season is rapidly coming to an end. What’s a soccer bar to do? Besides arrange party buses to Red Bulls games, the solution for Prospect Heights’ Woodwork is to screen a film about soccer. Pelada, a documentary made by two former college soccer players, follows the pair as they explore the worldwide phenomenon of pickup soccer, the improvised game played by anyone with something approximating a ball and a goal. Their travels took them to twenty-five countries including Kenya, China, and Iran, and illustrate the universality of what’s often been called the beautiful game. Tuesday night’s screening features a Q&A with two of the directors.