The Final Member
Jonah Bekhor, Zach Math, Canada, U.S., Iceland, Italy, 2012.
Directed by: Jonah Bekhor, Zach Math
Producer: Jonah Bekhor, Zach Math
Cinematography: Viggo Knudsen, Sean Stiegemeier
Editing: Andrew Dickler, Tyler Hubby
Music: Rob Simonsen
Format: video
Running time: 75'

Sigurdur Hjartarson has devoted four decades to curating the Icelandic Phallogical Museum. As its founder, he’s collected a penile specimen from every mammalian species except one—a human. With over 3 billion on earth there’s no shortage, but Hjartarson guides us on an incredible and comical journey to procure that elusive penis. As eccentric as Hjartarson’s character appears, the potential donors really raise the stakes. At 95, Icelander Páll Arason can think of no better way to enshrine his Casanova lifestyle than contributing his well-worn love gun. His stiff competition comes from Tom, a patriotic American who feels strongly that the stars and stripes should shine with his penis named Elmo. He’d even donate it while alive to ensure it’s the first. Avoiding cheap jokes and double entendres, The Final Member says much about the male psyche while attempting to answer the age old question, Does size really matter?

Awards and Festivals
Hotdocs 2012
Silverdocs 2012
Melbourne International Film Festival 2012
Fantastic Fest 2012

Directors Biography
Jonah Bekhor is the founder of Citizen Jones, a production company for film and television. His feature film credits include Lunarcy! (Official Selection, 2012 Toronto International Film Festival), and American Schlub, which he is producing with NBA star Baron Davis. His documentary feature, The Final Member, which he directed and produced with Zach Math, premiered at HotDocs in May 2012.

Zach Math is best known for his uniquely askew television commercials, which often feature wildly eccentric humans and creatures. He has worked with brands such as Coke, Volkswagen, Microsoft, Burger King, Orkin, Orbit and Comcast, having won various awards throughout his 12-year career. Zach attended film school at both Queens University in Canada and the Tisch School of the Arts at New York University.

Location and screening schedule:
GRIČ CINEMA, Tuesday, October 16th at 14.00
GRIČ CINEMA, Tuesday, October 16th at 16.00
DOKUKINO KIC, Wednesday, October 17th at 19.30
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