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What the housemates don’t know, however, is that the audience and production company are playing a very different game, in a show where ‘Big Brother’ collides with ‘Dragons Den’ and ‘Beat the Boss’, then crashes into ‘The Apprentice’, and becomes a sporting event.

“Fixed Game' [cert' PG], by Peter Courtenay, has a cast of sixty young people aged between eight and eighteen years and four adult actors. Direct Theatre in association with Bournemouth and Poole College Multi Media, has created an original drama that takes a wry look at our reality TV culture; it's morals, manipulations and madness. Over one hundred people were involved in the realisation of this ambitious project. The second year Multi Media FDA students and their tutors were not only been responsible for the shooting of all live action sequences, but also produced the complex array of CGI and green screen effects within the film. Composers Robert Lee and Matt Huxley created a vibrant original soundtrack that perfectly compliments the irony that runs through the story.

FIXED GAME depicts a reality internet show. Eighteen ‘housemates’ fight for the chance of winning ‘A

These tracks composed and produced in 2008 by Robert Lee at Dib Dib Dub Studios Bridport Dorset.

great career package that includes a free Gap year, a car and a University education.

This could transform their lives, if they can survive living together for fifty-four days. The rules of the game are very simple, in fact there is only one rule. If they stick to it they can all win. If they break it, they all lose...