Behind The Scenes Of Film: Money’s too Tight to Mention

On location at waterloo with Shane Benoit, Nichola Dame Hartwell and Amy.

Money’s too Tight to Mention

Written by Winsome Duncan

Directed by Joshua Horwood and Winsome Duncan

Filmed and edited by Joshua Horwood

Narrated by Winsome Duncan

Author Winsome Duncan teams up with Director Joshua Horwood to examine how UK artists are surviving in the harsh terrain that is the recession. This short film was inspired by Winsome’s handy pocket book of tips ‘An Inner City Guide To Surviving The Credit Crunch’ which received a 5 star rating from BBC London Broadcaster Eddie Nestor. She reflects on the plight of Creative Artistes, who had to become resourceful as the results of the recent austerity measures. The film message is clear: think outside the perimeters of society boxes and do not be a victim of the credit crunch!

Eddie gave the book An Inner City Guide To Surviving The Credit Crunch at 5 star rating!!

Winsome Duncan adds another string to her bow by becoming a Film Maker. She presents her work in an honest portray of how ordinary people have been effected by the Credit Crunch. The film is based on her BBC London 5 star book ‘An Inner City Guide To Surviving The Credit Crunch’. For more information visit: www.aninnercityguidetosurvivingthecc.weebly.com.

David is a stockist of An Inner City Guide To Surviving The Credit Crunch, to order visit: http://www.iambookshop.co.uk

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This entry was published on July 7, 2012 at 11:28 pm and is filed under Credit crunch, Film, Recession. Bookmark the permalink. Follow any comments here with the RSS feed for this post.

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