The Film From Lot 15

The Film From Lot 15

The Film From Lot 15 is a movie starring Keiran Whitehead, Jyoti Jakovickis, and Talya Bolge. An amateur film maker assembles a rag tag group in order to attempt the impossible: make a movie from start to finish in 10 days.

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Running Time
1 hours 19 minutes
Talya Bolge, Jyoti Jakovickis, Maia Bradley, Keiran Whitehead
Max Coultan
Max Coultan
English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

Comments about comedy «The Film From Lot 15» (30)

Megan W. avatar
Megan W.

Dan is a narcissistic teenager who loves to make movies. He makes a film entitled The Hunt and sends it to an editor to be edited. When called upon to collect it, the editor asks him what he plans to do with the film, and Dan tells him that he plans to enter it into a film festival. The editor tells Dan that he has no chance in hell in winning, and essentially gets laughed out of the room. To reaffirm his beliefs about his film, he takes the final product to John, his producer, to get confirmation that the movie is in fact good. However, John quickly comes to the realisation that it's as awful as the editor says, and encourages Dan to drop his hopes of entering the film festival this year, and to wait until next year. Lisa, his casting director, advises him however to make a new movie before the deadline, despite the fact that the deadline is in 10 days. Dan agrees, however John is not entirely on board with this. Dan talks John into it, and he agrees to be apart of it on the condition that they get a professional crew. The crew is assembled and they meet to discuss potential plot lines. Eventually, Dan announces that he has a simple idea for a movie, where a character gets drunk, falls underneath some boxes and gets trapped, and he wants to call it, the 5 Box Fright. They begin production immediately in a warehouse at the local storage facility, however, the production is plagued with actors not showing up, sisters getting in the way, and Dan's ego alienating everyone on set.

Jessica S. avatar
Jessica S.

Here it is, the masterpiece we've been waiting for!

Ronald H. avatar
Ronald H.

The acting was superb - all the characters done well. Jyoti Jakovickis was amazing.

Kathleen M. avatar
Kathleen M.

Mind blowing! Loved the plot, the humor, the execution, the originality - finally, a movie worthy of a ten star rating !

John Cole avatar
John Cole

Max Coultan has made a great movie. Gorgeous scenery, great film!

Steven Cook avatar
Steven Cook

Jyoti Jakovickis and Talya Bolge are great together.

Brian Williams avatar
Brian Williams

Really cute movie, I had never seen Maia Bradley doing that kind of character.

Lawrence Richards avatar
Lawrence Richards

Not a 10 but definitely a worthy view. 

Brian avatar

One minute I thought I knew what was going to be the outcome... then it switches. it has a very creative plot I could see developing.

Frances avatar

Who Would Believe This Is So Good? This is one of the strangest, and most likable movies I have ever seen....and I have seen a lot, believe me.