• Directed by- Ben Palmer• Produced by- Christopher Young (young films)• Written by- Damian Beesley and Ian Morris• Narrated by- Simon Bird• Starring- Simon Bird, Blake Harrison, James Buckley and Joe Thomas• Studio- Film 4 productions, Young Films and Bwark productions• Distributed by- Entertainment film distributors and Channel 4 sales.
Box office• Inbetweeners was given a budget of 3.5 million.• On the first day release of the Inbetweeners film, they raised over 2.5 million in 409 cinemas.• The film then went on to set a new record for the most successful opening weekend ever achieved by a comedy film in the UK, overtaking Bridget Jones: The Edge of Reason and The Hangover Part II after earning £13,200,000.• It continued to succeed remaining top of the U.K film charts for 4 weeks.
Bwark Productions• Bwark production was the original producers for the Inbetweeners three Inbetweeners series.• Bwark excessively succeeded, gaining substantial amounts of viewers from the first series, with the first series averaging at 459,000 viewers.• increasingly Inbetweeners viewers rose, on there second series averaging over 900,000 viewers.• Bwark got amazing reception after the 3 series, so they decided to expand the series into a film, which increased the Inbetweeners fans even more.
Past success• Bwark Productions was made when Beesley and Morris met as producers on Channel 4s The 11 OClock Show. Following posts as commissioners at Channel 4, where Morris shepherded Peep Show, the two launched their own company, Bwark Productions, in 2004 and landed their first series with The Inbetweeners.• Bwark signed a deal with E4 which started to air their series on May 2008, but later that year Inbetweeners also agreed a deal with Channel 4, which aired their shows in November 2008.
Target Audience• Originally the film was going to be rated an 18, because of the use of excessive language and sexual scenes.• Bwark fort to make it rated a 15, and won because they would have lost a lot of viewers as the target audience is for teenagers.
Distribution• The film was distributed on the release date in 409 cinemas.• On December 12, 2011 the film was released on DVD and Blue Ray, with the sales on the first day selling 575,000 copies sold, rising to an estimate of 1 million copies sold.• Asda helped distrubute the film, releasing the film with a bonus disc consisting of video diaries from the cast.