A financial and artistic wrangle between the three co-producers of helmer-scribe Michael Radford's Spanish Civil War comedy "La Mula" (The Mule) continues to unfold, eight months after lack of funds…
Ukfc John Woodward
Amid fears of further future cuts to the U.K. Film Council, the funding body has issued a report outlining the significant impact Brit pics have on the wider economy in a bid to keep the current…
Tourists are flocking to the U.K. locations that were used for films such as the "Harry Potter" series, "The Da Vinci Code," "Pride & Prejudice" and "Gosford Park," according to a new report.
Just two weeks after its last tax clampdown, the U.K. government has delivered another blow to British film producers by announcing tough new limits on the amount of money they can raise under…
London Eye: One of the seven development "powerhouses" set up last year by the U.K. Film Council has bitten the dust.
The U.K. government has proposed a new system of film tax credits designed to boost British talent and production companies while also attracting Hollywood pics to shoot in the U.K.
The U.K.'s new minister for creative industries Thursday called on the U.K. Film Council to review film policy and challenged the BBC to spend more on home-grown features as part of his plan to…
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