Eleven. Undici. Once.

Can you remember how you saw the world when you were eleven?

Melbourne film-maker, Genevieve Bailey, wanted to find out what it’s like to be an eleven-year-old in today’s world.

She travelled to 15 countries to film eleven-year-olds talking candidly about love, war, culture, family, happiness, religion and the future.

The resulting documentary, ‘I Am Eleven’, has been embraced by international audiences for its striking global portrayal of humanity, and has picked up several Film Festival awards.

Genevieve Bailey spoke to Angus Randall about her film-making journey.

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Producer: India Hooi

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