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Uploaded on Feb 9, 2010
Just For The Record is a warning to anyone thinking of making a feature film on the cheap. By turns hilarious, tragic and poignant, the direct to camera interviews of the cast and crew expose the truth of the seedy, cash-strapped and ultimately thankless world of micro-budget filmmaking. Reminiscing about every stage of the process from conception through scripting, casting, preproduction, shooting, editing and ultimately giving up in despair - this pathetic tale will entertain, inform and warn off anyone thinking of getting involved in a similar project. In 2008 an independent production company set out to make the micro-budget feature film Just For The Record. Armed with a stellar cast of top TV actors, the worlds most advanced digital camera and a quirky location to die for ... what could possibly go wrong? A lot, as it happens. A year after the film has been abandoned, the cast and crew reunite for a series of interviews about the ill-fated production. The first film by director Steve Lawson, Just for the Record is an uproarious mockumentary about the British film industry. Packed with a galaxy of stars, including Danny Dyer, Geoff Bell, Victoria Silvstedt, Roland Manookian and Sean Pertwee, it tells the story of a catastrophic low-budget film-shoot, as related by its cast and crew to a documentary maker played by comedy superstar Rik Mayall. www.raw-london.com