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The Big Cheese is a 2009 documentary film about the legendary band Led Zeppelin. The film is narrated by Angus Young (the rhythm guitarist for Australian hard rock band AC/DC).
The film was co-produced by Little Big Records (formerly known as Rock'N'Rollaholic Productions), a company owned by Jimmy Page's daughter Tonia Page. The film follows the story of Led Zeppelin's career, and includes rare footage from a bootleg concert from December 1969.
The film won the Best Music Film category at the 2009 IndieFest in New York City.
The film was released in cinemas worldwide by The Walt Disney Company on 24 December 2009, with a DVD and Blu-ray edition released the following week.
A crowdfunded $75,000 project, The Big Cheese was made through the crowd funding site Indiegogo. Filming began in September 2008 and was completed in late 2008 and early 2009, with the bulk of the budget coming from the Indiegogo crowd funding. According to director Ben Clay, the film's budget was not substantial.
The film features behind the scenes footage, along with interviews with artists such as Tony Iommi, Stephen Jones, Peter Grant and Robert Plant. Performances include a rare version of "Whole Lotta Love" and a portion of "Stairway to Heaven" from Led Zeppelin III.
The DVD includes live performances, interviews and various press clips.
The Big Cheese received positive reviews from critics, with some commentators praising its strong storyline, excellent direction and cast, and others focusing on its extensive use of rare Led Zeppelin footage. In addition to its main competition award for Best Music Film at the 2009 IndieFest, the film also received a nomination for Best Music Film at the UK Film Festival in 2009.