Bad Night for the Blues
|Bad Night for the Blues|
|Directed by||Chris Shepherd|
|Produced by||Maria Manton|
|Written by||Chris Shepherd|
|Edited by||Nick Fenton|
|Distributed by||Dazzel, Chris Shepherd Films|
|Running time||15 minutes|
Bad Night for the Blues is a 15-minute comedy film written and directed by Chris Shepherd and produced by Maria Manton. First transmitted on the BBC on the 27 February 2011 and later in France on the 2 April 2011 as a part of Mickrocine on Canal+ Cinecinema. Other countries to transmit the film include Spain, Italy and Africa. Its the last film to be made by production company Slinky Pictures.
Based on a real life event. Chris takes his Aunty to her local Conservative Club for Christmas party only to find his Aunty has a grudge with another club member Elizabeth. As the night unfolds Chis has trouble controlling his Aunty as the night descends further into embarrassing conflict.
- Winner of International Canal+ Award at Clermont Ferrand International Film Festival.
UK Film Council and BBC Film Network presents a Slinky Pictures production made in association with vision+media.
- Official website
- Bad Night for the Blues at the Internet Movie Database
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