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Completed: May 2010.
Duration: 6 mins
Two relentless hooligans and an irritable usher with remarkably bad timing turn a day at the movies into a living nightmare for one unfortunate lady.
Gold Class was a short film made for the 2010 “Regent Film Festival”. Despite a short opening that was shot in the foyer of the Regent Cinema itself, the majority of the film, which takes place inside the cinema, was filmed at the Tribal Theatre on George Street. This portion of the film was shot with a cast/crew of four people over the course of about four hours.
The film was one of the last shown at the now non-existent Regent Cinema on Queen Street. The screening was held on the 6th of June, 2010.