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I've Never Had Sex

I've Never Had Sex

| 3 min

This short film made with the video camera on a cellphone is part of MobiDOCS: Confessions in a Digital Age. The director asks questions to the participants about their sexual experiences. Based upon the arcade game of the same name in which participants are required to either agree or disagree with the proposition "I've Never Had Sex...."

This film deals with mature subject matter. Viewer discretion is advised

  • director
    Robert Kennedy
  • producer
    Silva Basmajian
  • director of photography
    Robert Kennedy
  • editor
    Robert Kennedy
  • actor
    Johnnie Eisen
    Kelci Archibald
    Marcia Connolly
    Dobrila Tomic
    Daniel Garber
    Chris Mills
    Daniel O'Brien
    Janis Demkiw
    Kateri Monsalvez
    Ryan Feldman
    Ryan English
    Phil Villeneuve
    Brooke Gagné
    Graham Hollings
    Izida Zorde
    Laura Cowell
    Keith Cole
    Nobu Adilman
  • sound recordist
    Ryan English
  • talent co-ordinator
    Laura Cowell
  • associate producer
    Nadine Simunic
  • production supervisor
    Mark Wilson
  • online editor
    Andrew Mandziuk
  • colourist
    Andrew Mandziuk
  • sound mix
    Alan Geldart Sound Inc.
  • technical coordinator
    Branden Bratuhin
  • production coordinator
    Sam Ruano
  • budget officer
    Joanne Forrest
  • executive producer
    Silva Basmajian
    Anna Grieve


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Ages 18 to 18

Family Studies/Home Economics - Relationships
Health/Personal Development - Sexuality
Media Education - Journalism/News

A useful introduction to a discussion about casual sex. What is the difference between love and sex? Can sex sustain a casual relationship? Identify some dangers of casual sex. Suggest reasons why the film’s participants did not seem threatened by the interviewer and candidly answered his questions. Would any other recording medium have been as successful?

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