Crisis in the British Film Industry

3 mentions.

1958 - 1987

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1958 to 1987

three mentions

over 29 years

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Will the Assistant Postmaster-General talk to his right hon. Friend and try to convince him that thereis a grave Crisis in the British Film Industry; that this crisis is accentuated by the habit of showing old American pictures instead of encouraging the production in British studios of British films?

If the Crisis in the British Film Industry has intensified much more rapidly than was expected by the Films Council, will we not need more urgent action?

Nor, when we think of the real Crisis in the British Film Industry, and when we hear of criticisms from producers such as David Puttnam, can we put our hands on our hearts and say - for instance - that when he fled to America he blamed the trade unions.

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