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TIFF ’13 first look: “InRealLife”

Ahead of its premiere at next month's Toronto International Film Festival, check out the first trailer for Beeban Kidron's InRealLife, which looks at how mobile phones and the internet are affecting a generation of teens.
August 23, 2013

Ahead of its premiere at next month’s Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF), check out the first trailer for Beeban Kidron’s InRealLife, which looks at how mobile phones and the internet are affecting a generation of teens.

Directed by Kidron (Bridget Jones: The Edge of Reason; Sex, Death and the Gods) and produced by Studio Lambert and Cross Street Films, the 86-minute film comes backed by the BFI and Sky Atlantic, the latter of which has UK broadcast rights.

Dogwoof is selling the doc internationally, as previously reported.

Check out the film’s first trailer below, ahead of its Toronto world premiere on September 9:

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