On November 11, 2012, we will be holding global screenings of the 11Eleven Project film and weâre offering you the opportunity to host one. Whether you have a small concert hall or a stadium at your disposal (if you have a stadiumâ¦wow, thatâs awesome!), we want you to bring your community together for one night to be part of the 11Eleven Project experience. There will be a small cost involved, which will help us cover the costs of getting the DVDs printed and all the other bits and pieces involved, but it will also mean that you are playing host to a world premiere of a feature film, not something that you get to do everyday! All we ask is that you allow people to view the film free of charge. Simply fill out the form in the Host A Screening section to get involved.
We will be publicising all of the screening locations so that as many people as possible are aware of where they can see the film. Youâll also be able to download various pieces of marketing collateral so that you can do your own promotion should you so wish. And we also encourage you to document your screening through photos and even film if you want, just so we can see how it all went!
Official Description of the 11Eleven Project
On the 11th November, 2011, the date read 11/11/11. This alignment of ones takes place every 100 years and in this instance, humanity recognised the occasion like never before.
On this day, anyone who had access to a video/digital camera, microphone, mobile phone or email was invited to partake in this global storytelling initiative. People from 179 countries, brought together by hundreds of different languages, participated in capturing a day in the life of their world.
The footage has been collated into a feature-length documentary of human experiences called the 11Eleven Project. The film will be revealed on 11th November, 2012, through screenings around the world.
Who’s the film aimed at?
Whilst the 11Eleven Project aims to be as inclusive as possible, we do have to advise some caution when it comes to letting minors view the film. As we’ve always said, we want to paint the world in as truthful way as possible and sometimes this involves showing scenes that may not be suitable for the younger members of the family. Plus, the odd expletive pops up here and there! With regard to a target audience, we’ve always believed that guys and girls aged 18-34 would be the main demographic who would have an interest in the film, but that’s not to say it can’t be enjoyed by the 35-99 (and beyond!) age group. So hopefully, you’ll take Granny along to one of the screening venues…we’re sure she’d appreciate it!
Want to host your own screening?
If you want to host a community screening of the 11Eleven Project, please got to our Host A Screening page and fill out the form. Once we’ve had a look at your application, we’ll send you further instructions…pretty simple really! There is a AUD $30 (+postage) charge to help us cover certain costs associated with DVD printing etc.
Duration of film: 75 minutes, DVD format