I Am Eleven
Documentary Film Screening & Discussion
Do you remember when you were eleven years old? Do you wonder what it's like to be a kid in other parts of the world? Bring your family to this screening and discussion of I Am Eleven, an award-winning film (and New York Times Critics' Pick)! I Am Eleven explores the lives and thoughts of children from fifteen countries, weaving together deeply personal and at times hilarious snapshots of what it means to be at this transitional age. In this insightful, funny, and moving documentary portrait of childhood, young minds provide us with a powerful insight into the future of our world. Discussion to follow.
For the whole family, with kids 8 years and up!
This event is co-sponsored by the Chester County Library and the Brandywine Valley Chapter of CISV, a worldwide, nonreligious, nonpolitical, nonprofit organization that enables participants age 11+ to build global friendships through local chapter meetings and international and domestic camps.
To register for this program, please visit our online event calendar.