Both productions are shot in fly-on-the-wall style. Razzle Dazzle is set in the catty world of dance eisteddfods (orcompetitive festivals), where parents live vicariously through their children.
Kenny follows theadventures of an employee in a company that rents out toilets for big events.
Razzle Dazzle was directed byDarren Ashton, produced by Jodi Matterson, Andrena Finlay and Al Clark, andstars Kerry Armstrong and Ben Miller.
"Part Strictly Ballroom,part Spinal Tap, Razzle Dazzle presents us with a world only glimpsed on Dancing With TheStars," said Benjamin Zeccola, Palace Filmsexecutive director.
Palace will release the film in 2007 and Celluloid Dreams is handlinginternational sales.
International rights are available for Kenny, which was financed privately without the pressure of gettinga sales agent and is owned by its sole investor, Glenn Preusker,who just happens to run a corporate toilet rental company.
The production of the film was a family affair with Clayton Jacobsondirecting his father Ronald, son Jesse and brotherShane, who plays the title role. The brothers co-wrote the script, fed by Preusker's anecdotes.
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