Giving You Everything

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Spice Girls: Giving You Everything
Distributed by 19 for BBC
Directed by Bob Smeaton
Produced by Martin R. Smith
Starring Spice Girls
Language English
Release date 31 December 2007 (UK)
Running time 60 minutes

Spice Girls: Giving You Everything is a documentary released to coincide with the 2007 reunion tour of the British all-female pop group the Spice Girls.

Summary[edit]

The documentary is centred around the group and their creation, rise to fame, exit of member Geri Halliwell, break-up and reunion. The film features narrative insight and commentary from the five girls themselves. The title of the documentary comes from chorus lyrics from their UK #1 single "Say You'll Be There".

Directed by Bob Smeaton, the documentary made its world première in Australia on FOX8 on Sunday, 16 December 2007 at 7:30pm. It later aired in Canada on 19 December 2007 (on the CTV), in New Zealand on 24 December 2007 and on the BBC in the United Kingdom on 31 December 2007.

Viewership[edit]

The film attracted 3.6 million viewers in the UK, overnight figures suggest. It came 2nd in the timeslot, losing out only to popular "soap" Coronation Street on ITV.

Cast[edit]

Crew[edit]

  • Director: Bob Smeaton
  • Executive producer: Robert Massie
  • Editor: Damien O' Neill
  • Programme executive: Nicki Chapman
  • Production manager: Alexandria Pickering
  • Post sound: Dave Hayes
  • Archive producer: Julian Adamoli
  • Head of production: Martha Brass
  • Production co-ordinator: Gillian Bristow
  • Online editor: Connan McStay

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