Monday, 9 March 2009

Are we entering another golden age of British cinema?

Unfortunately, British success at the Oscars and a competitive exchange rate are not the only criteria that will determine whether the British film industry will see another golden age. The deepest recession since the Second World War and the huge difficulties British film-makers face financing and distributing films in their own country means it is still very much an uphill struggle.

Read the article below as it may prove useful when comparing the British film industry with Hollywood in the exam.

Now watch this. The second part is particularly relevant for understanding the ups and downs of the British film industry.

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