The King's Speech director Tom Hooper answers your questions – live!

Yesterday, you pitched him over your posers. From 12:20 this lunchtime, Tom Hooper will be taking to the throne to answer your questions

Monarchist or republican? Oscar hopeful or Oscar doubtful? Optimist about the future of the UK film industry or down in the doledrums. This lunchtime Tom Hooper will get to grips with the questions you asked yesterday.

Tom Hooper is supporting the Jameson Done in 60 Seconds Award, now open for entries from all amateur film makers. Visit for more information and to enter. Entry closes on 31 January 2011

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