Making It

(2015)

Overview

MAKING IT is an original and quirky comedy following one man’s search for love, creative fulfilment and a pencil sharper. George Banbury is a thirty-three year old struggling actor best known for having appeared alongside a troll in a Wine Gums advert. Stuck in a rut and living with his parents, George is going nowhere fast. An unexpected pregnancy and a chance encounter with an ex-girlfriend sees George attempt to expose his inner leading man to a world that has already cast him as a supporting artiste.

  1. Stephen Glover

    Director

  2. Richard Crawley

    Writer

Top Billed Cast

  1. Richard Crawley

    George Banbury

  2. James Anthony

    Toby

  3. William de Coverly

    William de Coverly

    Lawrence

  4. Nadia Albina

    Mandy

  5. Julia Sandiford

    Poppy Clarke

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Status Released

Release Information

  • July 2, 2015
    Premiere

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Original Language English

Runtime 1h 40m

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