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Frozen Angels

“FROZEN ANGELS” presents the future of human reproduction, available now in Los Angeles.

Overview

Genre
Contemporary Issues, Human Interest, Human Rights, Society, and Science
Synopsis

“FROZEN ANGELS” presents the future of human reproduction, available now in Los Angeles. With dreamlike cinematography it takes a roller-coaster ride through the supermarket of DNA, the perspectives of wealthy sperm bank presidents, expectant surrogate mothers, gene designers, hate radio talk show hosts, infertile suburban couples, now adult designer babies, blonde and blue-eyed egg donors and feminist lawyers all the way to the no-man’s land of the Mexican-American border.

Stage
finished
Running time
92 and 58 minutes

Credits

  • Frauke Sandig ... Director, Producer
  • Eric Black ... Director, Producer, Camera
  • Silke Botsch ... Editor
  • Brigit Mulders ... Senior Production Manager
  • Matz Müller and Erik Mischijew ... Sound Design
  • Zoe Keating ... Music
  • Martin Grube ... Sound Mix

Production Details

Prod. Co.
Frauke Sandig Umbrella Films and Eric Black
Country
United States
Years of Production
2005
Locations
Los Angeles
Prod. Partners
Frauke Sandig and Eric Black

Distribution Details

Release year
2005
Festivals
Sundance IFF, Visions de reél Nyon, Hot Docs Toronto, DocLeipzig, Sydney IFF, Sheffield, Vancouver IFF, Mill Valley IFF, Guang Zhou, Kassel, IDA Dokuweek LA, Bergen Int. FF, Ann Arbour Int. FF, One World FF Prague, Washington Jewish FF
Awards
Audience Award in Visons de Reèl, Nyon, Prix de Cinephage Creteil, Special Jury Mention FICCO, Mexico
Distribution
Good Movies
Broadcast (Prod.)
ITVS / PBS, ZDF, France 2, YLE
Broadcast (Acq.)
Canada, Sweden, Spain, Switzerland, CBS, Poland, Israel
Language
English
Subtitles
English, German, Italian, French

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