NO MEN BEYOND THIS POINT, a film by Mark Sawers – Opens April 15 in Vancouver | April 23 in Toronto


No Men Beyond This Point

Directed by Mark Sawers


VANCOUVER – Vancity Theatre (1181 Seymour St)

Opens APRIL 23
TORONTO – TIFF Bell Lightbox (350 King St W)

Official Selection
Toronto International Film Festival
International Film Festival Rotterdam
Vancouver International Film Festival
Napa Valley Film Festival
Other Worlds Austin
Ljubljana International Film Festival
Trieste Science+Fiction Festival
Atlantic Film Festival
Fribourg International Film Festival


UPC Top 10 Audience Award – International Film Festival Rotterdam
Best Feature – Other Worlds Austin

Michael Moore meets The Handmaids Tale – and turns it on its head” – Globe and Mail

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­Director Mark Sawers and cast are available for interviews

After a stellar festival run, Mark Sawers’s hilarious mockumentary, No Men Beyond This Point, makes its way to theatres across Canada. The film has been called witty, humorous, and original, and will no doubt crack-up audiences wherever it screens.

Imagine a world where, since 1953, women have been able to reproduce without men and they are no longer giving birth to male babies. Now 60 years later, this deadpan mockumentary follows the youngest man still alive – 37 year-old Andrew Myers. Working as a housekeeper for a family of women, Andrew finds himself at the center of a battle to prevent men from going extinct.

The talented cast in No Men Beyond This Point brings this undeniably creative and amusing film to life while asking, what would the world be like if women were in charge?

 Mark Sawers is a four-time Genie Award Nominee and his film Shoes Off won the Canal+ Award at the Cannes Film Festival. His talents go beyond the silver screen with TV credits that include The Kids in the Hall.