Spring Break '83

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Spring Break '83
Directed by Mars Callahan
Scott Spiegel
Produced by Mars Callahan
Joy Czerwonky
Written by Mars Callahan
Starring Jamie Kennedy
John Goodman
Martin Spanjers
Joe Pantoliano
Raviv Ullman
Andrew Caldwell
Lee Majors
Morgan Fairchild
Mars Callahan
Joe Piscopo
Sophie Monk
Terrance Morgan
Cinematography David Stump
Edited by Danny Merrit
Distributed by Big Sky Motion Pictures
Country United States
Language English
Budget $18 million

Spring Break '83 is a comedy film directed by Mars Callahan and Scott Spiegel.[1] Filmed in 2007, its release has been perpetually postponed since then; it currently has no release date.

Plot[edit]

Four friends who were bullied by their graduating high school class seek revenge against the now freshman college students while on spring break during 1983.

Production[edit]

Spring Break '83 was filmed primarily in Louisiana during October and November 2007. Near the end of scheduled production, filming was shut down by actor and crew unions because Big Sky Motion Pictures had not paid them and did not have the funds to cover payroll.[2]

In January 2009, Big Sky Motion Pictures hosted a private party in Park City, Utah—while the 2009 Sundance Film Festival was also in Park City—showing a teaser of Spring Break '83. Additional filming took place in Los Angeles in March 2009.[3]

In December 2009, Big Sky Motion Pictures announced "that the director's edit of Spring Break '83 is now locked and the completion of the postproduction phase is coming soon." An official release of Spring Break '83 was targeted for early spring 2010. The film has still not been released.[4]

Cast[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Spring Break '83". The New York Times. Archived from the original on November 13, 2012. Retrieved 2012-02-02. 
  2. ^ David, Brennan (November 20, 2007). "Union shuts down movie". Hammond Star. 
  3. ^ "Spring Break '83, Final Filming". Big Sky Motion Pictures. Retrieved 2009-05-30. 
  4. ^ "Spring Break '83, About the Film". Big Sky Motion Pictures. Archived from the original on 2010-01-09. 

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