Death of a Gentleman

Sam Collins and I used to make odd little videos on the internet about cricket.  That became a career.  And gave us the idea that we could make a film.

Our videos usually took a day to make.  This film has taken us over four years.

It started as a simple question about whether Test Cricket was dying.

Somewhere along the line, it went well beyond that.

This is the website.

This is the trailer.

<p><a href=”″>Death of a Gentleman – Official trailer</a> from <a href=””>Dartmouth Films</a> on <a href=””>Vimeo</a&gt;.</p>


16 thoughts on “Death of a Gentleman

  1. […] the documentary, currently being filmed by Jarrod Kimber and Sam Collins in Australia (trailer): Death of a Gentleman is a snapshot of Test cricket through the Australia vs India Test series in […]

  2. Omer says:

    Good luck with this guys. Will definitely get the DVD – and I’m sure it’ll make it! Would have sent you some money, but you’ve interviewed Harsha Bhogle out of all the people. I’m not a violent man, but I think if I ever came across him, I would be severely tested…

  3. ShakaZulu says:

    Judging from the people interviewed so I’d rather go for trek across Lapland with the native herders. Once you add Ian Chappell to that list its a goner.

  4. Barry Baker says:

    Tried to donate but was refused because “The start date must be earlier than the end date”
    Any ideas ?

  5. shishir says:

    What’s up with DOAG? Is it still getting made? I just donated 50GBP, I sure hope it helps. I would love to see this made.


  6. Andy says:

    Tried to donate some money but the funding site says completed. Are you no longer seeking further funds?



  7. Rahul says:

    When is this documentary going to come out ?

  8. Shahid says:

    Please let us know when is documentary being released, eagerly waiting to watch it.

  9. Pat Flynn says:

    May I suggest you rename it something without the word death in the title?

  10. fahad zaheer says:

    When is it going to be released
    waiting for a long time

  11. jonochild says:

    Great film! Thoroughly enjoyed it, so much heart and passion.
    And Ed is clearly the nicest guy in cricket

  12. I think Australian Autopsy was the funniest cricket book I’ve ever read. The first page had me in tears.
    Are you planning a screening of DOAG in Perth in the near future, or will there be a download of it available soon?
    Keep up the great work. You are a breath of fresh air in the world of cricket.
    Cheers Andy

  13. Steve says:

    wish we could see your film here in Hungary! good luck!

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