A Very British Cover-up

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A Very British Cover-up
Directed by Ian Smith
Produced by Sophie Fante
Ian Smith
Written by Nina Barnfather
Ian Smith
Starring Pixie Perez
Gareth David-Lloyd
Music by Rob Francis
Cinematography Richard Swingle
Edited by Matt Mullins
Release date
9 June 2009 (2009-06-09) (UK)
Running time
25 minutes
Country United Kingdom
Language English

A Very British Cover-up is a 2009 British short comedy film directed by Ian Smith and produced in Wales. It stars Pixie Perez and Gareth David-Lloyd.

Overview[edit]

Keen to win the British amateur drag queen final, Rhiannon Grand Slam Glam seems to be caught in the middle of an unfortunate event. Shame about her fellow competitors who appear to have been framed for murder. Is this yet another Royal cover-up scandal? Rhiannon takes it all with a pinch of salt. Never mind at least she has triumphed.

Cast[edit]

Music[edit]

3 tracks by UK Band The Fore called 'We Were Meant To Be', 'Run & Hide', 'That's A Lie' and 'Emma' were featured as part of the soundtrack to the film.

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