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"I think the new generation of film makers have to be insistent that they are the defenders of our culture and they are the new poets of our civilisation.

Sir Ben Kingsley - Who Killed British Cinema?

"This film does indeed raise some powerful questions and strong arguments which cannot be denied. A thought-provoking, bitingly ironic and thoroughly British piece of filmmaking. Impressive.

Joanna Ebuwa - www.britflicks.com

"This is a good area to investigate, it is important to support creative enterprises in the UK and if it is all nepotistic then that is not a good thing! Quangos should not be replacing quangos if there is not a free market for film and cinema in the UK.

John Hemming - Liberal Democrat MP for Birmingham, Yardley


Two filmmakers from Central England are proud to present their independent feature documentary that will shatter all illusions of the film industry and inform all future filmmakers and worldwide cinema goers about the reality of the so called' British Film Industry'. The current UK film industry employs 0.001% of the nation despite attracting millions of tax and lottery money paid by hard working families in the UK where work opportunities are completely ring fenced.

A film that includes discussions with over forty contributors including A-listers, legendary film insiders and Government bureaucrats which examines where we stand within the film business; how public funds are used in an industry that was once at least competitive in a bygone era. The British public are being duped and this documentary is an exposé of the ugly reality of the injustice regarding UK film policy.


THE PROGRAM is a fast paced account of the recent life and crimes of the professional cyclist Lance Armstrong. This story has been well documented in the British mainstream media but what makes this film so engaging is that Frears depicts the American fr...
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