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FILM GUIDE ARCHIVE SHORT NARRATIVE

SURVIVING 7TH GRADE

TFF 2006 Directed by Amy Adrion
FILM GUIDE ARCHIVE SURVIVING 7TH GRADE [TFF 2006]
Seventh-graders Kim and Dara are best friends. One day, while hanging out at a local playground, their classmate Marc shows up and, in front of all of his friends, asks Kim a question that leaves her speechless. The two girls quickly retreat to their hideout in Dara's basement, where a 6-year-old DJ, a 20-year-old stereo, a booty-shaking beat, and some fierce moves remind them that everything is going to be okay.
Seventh-graders Kim and Dara are best friends. One day, while hanging out at a local playground, their classmate Marc shows up and, in front of all of his friends, asks Kim a question that leaves her speechless. The two girls quickly retreat to their hideout in Dara's basement, where a 6-year-old DJ, a 20-year-old stereo, a booty-shaking beat, and some fierce moves remind them that everything is going to be okay.
Film Information
Year: 2005
Length: 7 minutes
Language: English
Country: USA
Premiere: New York
About the Director(s)
Amy Adrion is currently pursuing a Film Directing M.F.A. at UCLA. Adrion grew up in Hillsdale, New Jersey, and graduated with honors from Georgetown University, where she studied Literature and Theology. Surviving 7th Grade is her first film. She is currently in post-production on her next short, The Home of Split Pea Soup, and is writing her thesis project, Shoegazer.

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