An amateur filmmaker from Walker has shot a comedy film set in the North East about a Geordie stag weekend called 'The Stagg Do'.
Richard Reay, who works part time at the Sky Newcastle call centre said: “The most difficult aspect of the film was that two thirds of the story takes place at night, in a forest.
“Under the usual circumstances a film would have a number of trucks filled with lighting equipment to illuminate sections of woodland but we had a maximum of nine lights.”
The film has been put together on a very low budget, funded entirely by those involved with the movie.
It is an independent production by FNA Films and will be released in September.
The cast and crew are also on the look out for real life stag do videos.
If you have your own you can email it to: email@example.com
You can watch the trailer here but be warned, it contains a good deal of swearing.
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