3 items from 2015
Recently screened in the Vanguard section of the Toronto festival, the film is set in a world where women no longer need men in order to reproduce and are no longer giving birth to male babies, leaving the male population on the verge of extinction.
Sawers wrote and directed, with Patrick Gilmore, Kristine Cofsky, Tara Pratt, Cameron McDonald, Rekha Sharma, Ken Kramer, Morgan Taylor Campbell and Mary Black starring. Kaleena Kiff and Galen Fletcher produced.
Peter Goldwyn of Samuel Goldwyn Films said: “Mark has a truly original voice and made a film that is both smart and funny – and is also an incredibly interesting take on gender politics. I’m excited to have the opportunity to release it and imagine we will have a lot of fun on this campaign.”
Read More: Here's How to Shoot a Sci-Fi Film on a Low Budget Samuel Goldwyn Films has acquired worldwide distribution rights (excluding Canada) for sci-fi comedy "No Men Beyond This Point." Screened in the Vanguard section at the 2015 Toronto International Film Festival, the film, directed by Mike Sawers, places viewers in a world where men are a species rapidly going extinct. In a world where women have found out how to reproduce without the need for men, giving birth almost exclusively to girls, the youngest living male is 37-year-old Andrew Myers. Andrew works as a housekeeper for a family of women, but he finds himself getting rapidly caught up in a battle to keep the male sex from going completely extinct. "No Men Beyond This Point" was written and directed by Sawers and stars Patrick Gilmore, Kristine Cofsky, Tara Pratt and Rekha Sharma. The film is slated for a 2016 release date. »
- Ryan Anielski
What's a midseason finale on The CW without a major cliffhanger? When we left The 100 back in December, Clarke (Eliza Clarke) had executed Finn, her former lover, out of mercy before the grounders could torture him for killing 18 innocent people. Later, Clarke narrowly escaped a similar fate herself thanks to Lexa's (Alycia Debnam Carey) own sense of mercy. Furthermore, Harper (Chelsey Reist) was still missing following her kidnapping by Dr. Tsing (Rekha Sharma), whom we left screaming and strapped to a gurney as the good doctor extracted bone marrow from her hip. The 100 came back from the winter »
- Amanda Michelle Steiner, @amandamichl
3 items from 2015
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