Winner
Spirit Award
Best Film Title Of The Fest
Nominee
Best Film On Social Issues
Best Director
Best Editing
Best Cinematography
Best Female FilmMaker Of The Fest

The Day I Had To Grow Up

Documentary and Reality
00:20:00 mins
Canada, United States
English
You're Never Too Young To Start Making a Change.

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Synopsis

Emmy Award Winning Editor Krysia Carter Giez & Directors Stefano Da Frè & Laura Pellegrini, two filmmakers who recently had their previous documentary “The Girl Who Cannot Speak” win the ‘Coup de Coeur’ at the Cannes Film Festival have created a new political documentary on Youth Activism. This is a political documentary that joining forces with Activist Jeremy Ornstein to document a new voice in America’s youth movement. Stefano & Laura invite five prominent activists to New York City. Each activist has a unique, diverse, personal connection to recent national events such as the school shootings in Parkland, Florida to Black Lives Matter in America to the Green New Deal.

Title: 

The Day I Had To Grow Up

Director: 

Stefano Da Fre, Laura Pellegrini

Casts: 

Jeremy Ornstein,Violet Kopp,Griffin Gould,Saria Salyani,Sofia Ongele,Taylor Turner

Supporting Casts:

Laura Pellegrini,Stefano Da Fre

Other Credits:

AJ DeSimone,Brandon De Los Reyes,Julia Bolt,Krysia Carter Giez,Nolan Kelly,Charles Randolph,Dave Taylor,Matthias Phillips,Marcus DiLauro

Director's Interview

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Festival: 

2021

Category: 

Female Filmmaker

Country: 

CanadaUnited States

Language: 

English

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