|27.02. / Wednesday, 21:00 - 23:00 Theatre 1|
|01.03. / Petak, 23:00 - 01:00 Dvorana 1|
Nowadays guys seem to care more about trimming their chin curtains and waxing their backs than growing chest hair. With today’s men getting just as many spa treatments as women, and with a slew of new products aiming to freshen and sculpt all manly parts, does all this newfound grooming influence the age-old question of what it means to be a man, or have dudes just finally succumbed to human hygiene? Traveling to traditional barbershops and trend-savvy salons across the country and attending an international beard contest in Austria, Oscar nominee Morgan Spurlock shows us the art of being a man is taken to new hilarious levels.
Morgan Spurlock is a New York-based Oscar-nominated director, writer, and producer. Born in 1970, he graduated from NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts with a degree in film in 1993. His first feature film Super Size Me (2004) won numerous awards and was nominated for Oscar. His credits include at ZagrebDox screened films Where In The World Is Osama Bin Laden? (2008), The Greatest Movie Ever Sold (2011), Mansome (2012) and the FX series 30 Days (2005). He has directed and produced multiple film and television projects.
2012, 84', video
Jeremy Chilnick, Morgan Spurlock
Daniel Marracino, Matt Goodman, Paul Dokuchitz
Thomas M. Vogt
Jeremy Chilnick, Meri Haitkin, Morgan Spurlock, Michael Rushton
Festivals & Awards:
Tribeca Film Festival 2012; Warsaw International Film Festival 2012; Palo Alto International Film Festival 2012
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