Godard & Others (2010)

| Comedy, Drama
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An anarchic comedy about guerrilla film making in Britain's post "Section 44" society.


Barry Bliss


Barry Bliss



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Credited cast:
William Bliss William Bliss ... Daly
Hedydd Dylan ... Beatie
John Hollingworth ... PC Dale
Donnla Hughes Donnla Hughes
Patrick Knowles Patrick Knowles
Victoria Lloyd Victoria Lloyd
Sean McConaghy ... Kaufman
Paul McGann ... Torrence
Deeptarka Mukhopadhyay Deeptarka Mukhopadhyay ... Policeman (as Deeptarka Mukhopadhya)
Hong Phuong Nguyen Hong Phuong Nguyen
Sarah O'Connor Sarah O'Connor
David Palliser David Palliser ... Norm
Christiana Pantelli Christiana Pantelli
Otis Waby Otis Waby ... Auteur
Samantha Wittmann Samantha Wittmann


An uncompromising anarchic comedy about the state of independent film making in Britain's ever increasing surveillance society. With specific reference to Godard's call to revolutionary action with his movie La Chinoise we follow the exploits of two guerrilla film makers in contemporary London as they try to make relevant and committed films whilst at the same time keeping one step ahead of the authorities - we see all this while being lectured by a charismatic teacher on how to survive with a camera in Britain today. Written by Anonymous

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Comedy | Drama



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Filming Locations:

London, England, UK


Box Office


£15,000 (estimated)
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