UK Film Council

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The arts were supposed to champion diversity. What went wrong? | Clive Nwonka
Arts Council England’s report on diversity reveals a sector still steeped in inequality, says film studies academic Clive Nwonka

Clive Nwonka

15, Feb, 2019 @11:31 AM

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Influential movies: a tale of two studies | Letter
Letter: A study that named the Wizard of Oz as the world’s most influential film might not be all it seems, according to Ian Christie


05, Dec, 2018 @5:16 PM

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8 Minutes Idle turns to Kickstarter to escape distribution limbo

Plans afoot to resurrect British indie comedy after its release was derailed by the demise of Revolver Entertainment

Andrew Pulver

26, Nov, 2013 @3:43 PM

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Britain's soft power is greater than Gangnam Style – so appreciate it | Dorian Lynskey
Dorian Lynskey: While Asian nations pour cash into promoting culture, the UK is slashing budgets. We shouldn't take our position for granted

Dorian Lynskey

19, Jun, 2013 @10:14 AM

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British Film Institute appoints Ben Roberts as director of BFI Film Fund
Roberts to oversee £21m annual National Lottery funding for new British films

Henry Barnes

19, Mar, 2012 @3:15 PM

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Media Talk podcast: The UK film industry and Leveson inquiry

The panel examines the Film Policy Review Panel's report on the UK movie industry, plus the latest on the Leveson inquiry. With John Plunkett, Dan Sabbagh, Alex Needham, Tara Conlan and Vicky Frost

Presented by John Plunkett and produced by Simon Barnard

20, Jan, 2012 @10:10 AM

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Charlie Brooker: How to realise David Cameron's vision for Britain's film industry

Charlie Brooker: Attention British film-makers: the prime minister requires you to make more commercial movies. Here's how

Charlie Brooker

15, Jan, 2012 @7:59 PM

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The best films of 2011: Peter Bradshaw's choice

Despite the UK Film Council's golden age, 2011 was very much a mixed bag of events, writes Peter Bradshaw

Peter Bradshaw

04, Dec, 2011 @9:31 PM

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British cinema's golden age is now

Few in the UK film industry want to shout about it but the evidence is clear. We are enjoying a renaissance in domestic cinema. Andrew Pulver reports on how audiences developed a taste for homegrown movies

Andrew Pulver

13, Oct, 2011 @8:31 PM

Response: It's not so easy to establish the study of film in our schools
Response: Most teachers either don't feel they have permission to teach the subject, or don't know how, says Cary Bazalgette

Cary Bazalgette

06, Oct, 2011 @6:00 PM

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Tanya Seghatchian bows out of BFI Film Fund
Funding chief behind The King's Speech and In the Loop will step down from BFI to concentrate on film production

Andrew Pulver

15, Sep, 2011 @2:36 PM

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UK Film Council's winners and losers revealed
The movie quango made some great investments before its closure this year. Other gambles didn't pay off …

Jamie Doward and James Burton

30, Jul, 2011 @8:43 PM

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