I Am Eleven - Thursday 04 October - 18:30pm
Do you remember when you were 11? Australian filmmaker Genevieve Bailey travelled the world for six years talking with 11-year-olds to compose this insightful, funny and moving documentary portrait of childhood.
2011 | DIR Genevieve Bailey | G | 94 mins
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Why we've chosen to screen this film in Thoughtful Thursdays
From the trailer this film promises to show us a worldwide view of the age before the encroaching detachment of teenage years, yet after the limited world view of many younger children. 11 year old French, British, Indian, and American, citizens, amongst others, offer their valuable insights on how they see the world in 2011. Just imagine that by the time we could be walking on Mars they will be 22 year olds, and maybe even involved in that adventure but certainly part of our future. With their childhoods all but forgotten by then, but now captured for generations by this film.
Classification in New Zealand
The film has been classified G which means it is suitable for General Audience viewing. So anyone of any age can see the film with no need for parental guidance. However we ask that for minors under 14, as they remain legally responsible to a parent or adult guardian, that they are accompanied whilst in the venue. For more information please ask at the venue or see http://www.fvlb.org.nz/nz/pages/publication-details.html?title=200745