It’s been two long years since the sharp-witted Jay McCarroll was dubbed "the next great American designer" on season one of reality television’s Project Runway, and he’s anxious to finally show his first line of clothing. The feature documentary, Eleven Minutes, chronicles his year-long journey
Genre: Feature Documentary
Country of Origin: USA
Running Time: 103 minutes
Rights: Regent Theatrical US: Television Here TV
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CAST & CREW
Director: Michael Selditch & Rob Tate
Producer: Michael Selditch & Rob Tate
Editor: Rob Tate
Distributor: Theatrical Release: Regent Entertainment; TV: Here TV
Cinematographer: Rob Tate, Alex Wolfe & Michael Selditch
Producer's Representative: Ostrow and Company
"A skillfully crafted, highly entertaining docu about process, personality and perception. A working man’s 'Unzipped.' Beautifully paced and edited pic."
VARIETY, Ronnie Scheib
"The artistic process, stripped of reality TV … a fascinatingly universal story."
GLOBE AND MAIL, Guy Dixon
"'Project Runway’ on Crack."
EXPRESS, J.W. Arnold [Miami]
"Riveting behind-the-seams documentary. It could be the new version ofIsaac Mizrahi's 'Unzipped,' but candid, funnier and titled ‘Uncensored.'"
TORONTO STAR, Rita Zekas
"Fantastic: perfectly paced, intelligently edited, and honest to the core."
XTRA TORONTO, Sholem Krishtalka
designing and preparing his first independent runway show for New York’s Fashion Week in Bryant Park and the subsequent selling of his line to stores. The result is an in-depth, painfully raw and humorous exploration of the creative process and the constant conflict of balancing commerce with art, fame with talent, and reality-TV with actual reality.