Another Body (2023) © WILLA
Another Body (2023) © WILLA
Another Body (2023) © WILLA

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Another Body + Q&A

Featuring a pre-recorded Q&A with Co-Director Reuben Hamlyn

Sophie Compton & Reuben Hamlyn | USA | 2023 | Unclassified (15+)

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The nightmarish ethics surrounding deepfake technology are unpacked after a female college student discovers AI-generated pornography of herself online.

A groundbreaking, creepy, fascinating, and important documentary about a phenomenon that's only going to grow in significance: the deepfaking of pornography.

Owen Gleiberman (Variety)

After a tip-off from her friend, Taylor (not her real name) discovers a pocket of deepfake porn online using her face, real name and personal details. Launching into investigation mode, she embarks on a mission to seek justice and find the culprit knowing that he is probably dangerously within her orbit.

Sophie Compton and Reuben Hamlyn's unnerving documentary sheds a startling light on the ethical Pandora's box that is deepfake technology and demands that the conversation starts now. Part thriller and part whodunnit, Another Body features brave appearances from those affected cloaked in various levels of anonymity.

Another Body premiered at the 2023 South by Southwest Film Festival where it won the Special Jury Award.

This Australian premiere screening will feature a pre-recorded Q&A with Co-Director Reuben Hamlyn led by MIFF Program Manager Mia Falstein-Rush.

Format: DCP
Language: English
Source: Cinephil
Courtesy: Cinephil
Runtime: 80 mins

Event duration

80 mins


Unclassified (15+)

Viewers under the age of 15 must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian. Contains coarse language, sexual scenes and partial nudity.


Cinema 2, Level 2
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