|Directed by||Philip Roberts|
|Produced by||Ross Garland
|Written by||Ross Garland|
|Music by||Joel Assaizky|
|Edited by||Jenny Hicks|
Big Fellas is a South African comedy film produced by Rogue Star Films. It was released on 23 November 2007 at all NuMetro Cinemas.
Big Fellas was written by Ross Garland, directed by Philip Roberts and stars a South African cast. The film was shot on various locations that range from Cape Town to Cango Caves to Johannesburg. The story captures what life is really like in the new South Africa when it comes to BEE (Black Economic Empowerment).
Jake (Colin Moss) and Zed (Ross Garland) decide to make a documentary about what life is really like for supermodels. What started out as a past time project turns into a remarkable documentary that promises lots of money. However, they need to find a black partner in order to make the film. They go on a road trip, with two days to find this partner and get to Jozi in order to close the deal.
- Colin Moss as Jake
- Ross Garland as Zed
- Hakeem Kae-Kazim as Ray Whitehead
- Jason Cope as Wiempie and Fabio
- Grethe Fox as Elsa
- Lesley Mongezi as Benzi
- Gina Athans as Gigi
- Minki van der Westhuizen as Mimi
- Carling Ernstzen as Lola
- Lee-Anne Summers as Hanneke, Yolanda and Ronnies bartender
- Cokey Falkow as Alfonso
- Mark Lottering as Traffic cop
- Louw Venter as Bullseye
It was rumored that there would be a free give-away of movie props on the Facebook group. This included items such as the BEEast numberplate, roadsigns to Gatberg along with the pink nylon shorts worn by Gina during the production of the Film.
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