Man Made Men
MAN MADE MEN (FEATURE) 2011
WINNER BEST FOREIGN FEATURE
THE ARIZONA INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL
Dir: Alex Fegan
Producers: Helen Sheridan and Alex Fegan
Dur: 90 Mins
Cast: Rory Doherty, Ronan Wilmot (In the Name of the Father) and Tom Latchford
Man Made Men is about a scientist (Rory Doherty) who sets out to be the first person in history to make lifeforms from lifeless materials. This causes an old reclusive man (Tom Latchford) to believe that the experiment will cause the end of the world.
Man Made Men premiered at The Galway Film Fleadh to rave reviews. It went on to play in film festivals around the the world from Franklin Indiana to the Arizona International Film Festival where it won Best Foreign Feature in 2011.
Winner: Best Foreign Feature, The Arizona International Film Festival, 2011
Nominated: Best Independent Feature, The Underground Film Festival, 2011
Winner: Best Screenplay Ballinamore International Film Festival, 2011
“Man Made Men – A Triumph for Irish Independent Cinema”
“The Citizen Kane of Conspiracy Theories”
Jean Jessop, Tucson Filmmaker Magazine
“The Film wowed audiences”
The Irish Sun
“Man Made Men has all the hallmarks of a big budget blockbuster”
The Irish Independent
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Tom Latchford plays Shem in Man Made Men
Director Alex Fegan with Craig Venter, the first man to actually create life from lifeless materials