Ciudad Autónoma de Buenos Aires
Agenda Cultural - Buenos Aires
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No Men Beyond This Point

Martes 19 a las 23:10 h Tickets sold out - Village Recoleta Room:1
Miércoles 20 a las 21:00 h Tickets sold out - Village Recoleta Room:1
Viernes 22 a las 00:30 h Tickets sold out - Village Caballito Room:7

Competition / Avant-Garde & Genre Competition

Premier latinoamericana

A faux documentary set in a dystopian world where women can reproduce asexually and men have become useless to society. Things get complicated when the male population decides it’s time to organize a rebellion.

A speculative film with an extreme premise: the end of men –not humanity, only the male gender. This is a thoughtful comedy with the shape of a mockumentary that gets exploited with the type of certainty that is based on a good idea –a powerful one, the kind it can immediately summon up and promote a story. But this film by Mark Sawers is definitely not living on shallow breaths: No Men Beyond This Point taps into the war of the sexes, impostures, and the way totalizing, unique discourses often come apart. Through every crack and every contradiction, the film states –with clarity, grace, and a controversial power– its awareness of the fact that these themes have been present in comedies about (few) men and (many) women for decades. JPF

Other title/s: Ningún hombre a partir de aquí
Year: 2015
Format: DCP
Color: B&N + Color
Minutes: 80


D, G, E, PE: Mark Sawers F: Thomas Billingsley, Christopher Charles Kempinski DA: Theresa Konrad S: Kirby Jinnah M: Don MacDonald 
P: Kaleena Kiff, Galen Fletcher CP: Radius Squared Media Group 
I: Patrick Gilmore, Kristine Cofsky, Tara Pratt, Cameron McDonald, Rekha Sharma


Radius Squared Media Group. Kaleena Kiff
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Friday 22 - 00:30 h
Village Caballito Room: 7

Mark Sawers

He was born in Vancouver, Canada. He created several film and TV projects, including the short film Shoes Off! (1998), which won the Best Short Film award at the Critics’ Week in Cannes, and the feature-length film Camera Shy (2012).

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