gfs-23The Edinburgh Festival is a funny place to be... when youre not funny
Here's the first feature film we have had the pleasure of offering you, and it's really rather special. It was shot at the Edinburgh Festival - on a budget of £58 - and features loads of top comedians.
When advertising executive Keith Graham is fired from his job, little did he know it would set off a chain of events that would lead to him taking a stand-up comedy show to the Edinburgh Festival.
Faced with a cheating wife, world class stand-ups, gag hags and financial ruin; Will Keith step up to the mic or will he be crushed by the greatest arts festival in the world?
The debut feature from the exciting new co-directing team Alan Freestone and Fergus March, this comedy about comedy about comedy was shot on location at the Edinburgh Festival and features a cast of festival veterans.
full feature commentary featuring Adam Hills and Brendon Burns
Dan Antopolski, Louie Bayliss, John Biddle, Oliver Birch, Brendon Burns, Scott Capurro, Rosie Carnahan-Darby, Nina Conti, Sarah Coyle,
Rhys Darby, Anil Desai, Justin Edwards, Felicity Wren, Pete Firman, Leon Fleury, Paul Foot, Alan Freestone, Richard Glover, Joy Gohring, Charlotte Jo Hanbury, Richard Herring, Adam Hills, Kerry Howard, Sammy J, Matt Kirshen, Mark Lyminster, Fergus March, Cal McCrystal, Craig Murray, Ben Neale, Phil Nichol, Sara Pascoe, Nick Paton, Lucy Porter, Millie Reeves, Reece Shearsmith, Stan Stanley, Isy Suttie, Phil Whelans, Glenn Wool and James Wren.
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'There is no better film created on such a shoestring budget... Brilliant' - BattleRoyaleWithCheese.com
'A who's who of comedy' - S1play.com
'It is surely the greatest line-up of fringe comedians ever seen on the same bill' - Edinburgh-festivals.com
1hr 34mins (that's the commentary and 20 mins of outtakes)