11/8/16 I 2017

1 hour 44 min   |  1 of 16 directors (ensemble project)   |   Feature Doc

11/8/16 features the work of 16 filmmakers as they each followed a potential voter during the turbulent 2016 U.S. presidential elections.

Distribution: The Orchard to theaters and Netflix. 

Collaborators: 

Curated & Produced by Jeff Deutchman

Executed produced by Dana O'Keefe, Paul Davidson, Danielle Digiacomo, and Brad Navin

Directed by Duane Anderson, Don Argott & Sheena M. Joyce,  Young Chang,  Garth Donovan, Petra Epperlein & Michael Tucker, Vikram Gandhi, Raul Gasteazoro, Jamie Goncalves, Andrew Beck Grace, Alma Har'el, Daniel Junge, Alison Kayman, Ciara Lacy, Martha Shane, Elaine McMillion Sheldon, and Bassam Tariq. 

Notable Festivals:  Martha’s Vineyard Film Festival, Hawaii International Film Festival

AWARDS
Nominated Best Political Documentary  I  Critic’s Choice Awards 2017
PRESS

Nevertheless, this documentary generates ample tension as it views the last Election Day through the eyes of more than 16 people, following them during their mornings and afternoons then waiting with them for the results that night.

– The New York Times

Critics’ Choice Documentary Awards Nominations: Broadcast Film and TV Critics Change Rules to Reflect Digital Reality

The Critics’ Choice Documentary Awards announce their nominations, and now there's one documentary category to rule them all.

Election Day Documentary ‘11/8/16’ Sets Theatrical, Streaming Release Dates in November

The doc features the work of 16 filmmakers who each followed a different story throughout the country during the close of a raucous and unprecedented election cycle.

11/8/16 Is the Best, Scariest, Most Hopeful 2016 Election Doc Yet

A Q&A with the filmmakers behind the ambitious doc that follows 16 people on November 8, 2016, which was "like making Groundhog Day if Bill Murray had to be a different person every day."

Review: In ‘11/8/16,’ Looking at Election Day, After the Race Is Run

...This documentary generates ample tension as it views the last Election Day through the eyes of more than 16 people, following them during their mornings and afternoons then waiting with them for the results that night.

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