AVAILABLE in schools & libraries WORLDWIDE!

I AM ELEVEN is ideal for students of various stages and areas of study, and the license also comes with extensive educational resources, including access to our web portal and international pen pal program. This license is also for libraries who wish to add the film to their catalog.



  • Public screening license 
  • 2 x 94-minute theatrical DVDs of I AM ELEVEN 
  • Access to our extensive educational resources via our web portal (preview here)
  • Participate in our international pen pal program
  • 55-minutes of bonus clips
  • English subtitles (closed captions available)
Click here to order online

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**AUSTRALIA & NEW ZEALAND we have a special discount code for schools in this territory. Contact us

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" It was a great film, and extremely relevant to our teaching. Our kids need to develop empathy, receive more exposure to universal problems, and hear more perspectives."    
– Middle School Teacher, San Francisco, USA

"Excellent age appropriate introduction to many social studies concepts such as cultural differences, impacts of war, diversity of social economic conditions - how we are affected by the resources we can access..."  
– Middle School Teacher, San Francisco, USA

"I AM ELEVEN was a wonderful tool for us to use in our interdisciplinary Global Childhoods course. The film allowed the students to explore interesting questions in psychology and sociology, including how children view themselves and institutions, how children understand privilege and inequality differently, and what spaces and pieces of material culture say about children’s lives. And, we all loved the film! We found the film to be an engaging and insightful teaching tool and would recommend it to other college professors." 
– Michelle Janning (Sociology) and Erin Pahlke (Psychology), Whitman College (Walla Walla, Washington, USA

"Our students really connected with other eleven year olds around the world. They could seen how they are similar, but also how they are different. It gave them a worldly perspective on their lives and others like them."  
– Middle School Teacher, San Francisco, USA