Briefing: Film Production

Aweak U.S. dollar, escalating costs and the withdrawal of tv companies, which are waiting to see if they retain their franchises, brought U.K. film production to a new low in 1990. The government has promised pennies and the unions have liberalized their working practices, but gloom still dominates.

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    Aweak U.S. dollar, escalating costs and the withdrawal of tv companies, which are waiting to see if they retain their franchises, brought U.K. film production to a new low in 1990. The government has promised pennies and the unions have liberalized their working practices, but gloom still dominates.

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