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Int’l Film Circuit preps “I am Eleven” for September

Genevieve Bailey's I am Eleven (pictured), a documentary focusing on what it means to be an 11-year-old child, will be released in New York and LA in September.
July 25, 2014

Genevieve Bailey’s I am Eleven (pictured), a documentary focusing on what it means to be an 11-year-old child, will be released in New York and LA in September.

The film is being released by distributor International Film Circuit this September, before expanding through the fall.

It will play in New York on September 12 at the AMC Empire 25 and the Village East Cinema, and in LA on September 19, at venues including the LA Laemmle Royal and the AMC Burbank 8.

The filmmakers are aiming to position the doc as being in a similar vein to coming-of-age titles such as Boyhood, Spellbound and the Up series. After New York and LA, the film will expand to markets including Boston, Chicago, San Francisco, and Washington DC.

Check out the trailer below:

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