The multi award-winning 'I Used to be Famous’ tells the story of a bold and moving culture clash between a failed singer from a late noughties boyband and a musically talented young man with an incredible ear for rhythm. Made in conjunction with The BFI and Film London, this film follows two outsiders who transform each others world’s through the power of music.

Writer/Director - Eddie Sternberg
Producer - Christopher Pencakowski
Starring - Tom Bacon, Byron Konizi, Naomi Ackie, Carrie Rock, Dia Gomis

Director of Photography - Eben Bolter
Production Designer - Anne Gry Skovdal
Editor - David Silver
Composer - David Saunders
Line Producer - Bella Danon
Production Manager - Lisya Yafet
Script Supervisor - Martina Vazzoler
Casting Director - Matt Western
First Assistant Director - Jai Lusser
Second Assistant Director - Mike Turner
Costume Designer -  Holly Broughton
Make Up Designer - Lisa Chau
Focus Puller - AJ Golesworthy
Clapper Loader -  Julian Zarzoso-Lowe
Camera Trainee - Benedict Walshe
Gaffer - Karl Man
Spark - Nicola Galbusera
DIT - Paria Kamyab
Sound Recordist - Adam Fletcher
Sound Designer - Alfredo Paz
Music Consultant - Oliver Price
Stand-By Art Director - Madeau Christou
Art Department Assistant - Marie Boon
Art Department Assistant - Julie Ventura
Production Runner/Driver - Jack Kenward
Production Assistants - Sei-Kai Leung,  Illiana Ntouvli
Creative Consultant - Susan Zur-szpiro
Catering - Kitchen 54

For Superplex Pictures:

Executive Producer - Adam Baroukh
Production Coordinator & Consultant - Mia Zur-szpiro

For Envy Post Production:
Post Production Producers - Sarah Yeboah, Charlotte Way
Online - Fran Hill

For Goldcrest Post Production:
Rob Farris - Goldcrest Head of Production
Lee Clappison - Colourist

For Film London:
Head of Talent Development & Production - Deborah Sathe
Producer - Short Film Schemes - Josic Cadoret
Development Producer - Tessa Inkelaar
Production Team Assistant - Alice Whittemore

For Southern Exposure Film Fund:
Executive Producer - Elizabeth Mitchell