Networks, announced today it has acquired worldwide distribution rights to “Eleven Minutes,” a documentary about fashion designer Jay Mc Carroll, winner of season one of “Project Runway.” The documentary, co-directed and co-produced by Michael Selditch and Rob Tate, will open in theaters and debut on here! It chronicles Jay’s year-long journey while preparing his first independent runway show for New York’s Fashion Week in Bryant Park, and the subsequent selling of his line to stores.
Said Selditch: “The goal of this documentary was to drop the pretenses of reality TV and focus on the daily trials of Jay Mc Carroll’s design and work.
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Films, the theatrical distribution and worldwide sales division of here! Here’s some background on the documentary: In 2006, Selditch and Tate made a one-off TV special about Jay Mc Carroll for Bravo called “Project Jay.” “Eleven Minutes” picks up where that story ends.
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