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  1. BAFTA-Winning TV Director Debbie Tucker Wraps First Movie

    4:04 am 6/13/2013

    Her debut film, "Second Coming," stars Nadine Marshall and Idris Elba and is backed by Film4, the BFI and Sundance Institute.Read more

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  2. British Film Institute Hands Out $4.3 Million Across 20 Production Companies

    9:17 am 5/1/2013

    Recipients of the Vision Awards include Cowboy Films, which produced Kevin Macdonald's "The Last King of Scotland" and "Marley," and award-winning doc producer John Battsek's outfit Passion Pictures.Read more

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  3. Debbie Tucker Green Gets BFI Backing for Big Screen Debut

    7:26 am 4/9/2013

    The British Film Institute's production fund will back Green's "Second Coming," Ester May Campbell also secures backing for her first movie.Read more

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  4. BFI to Decide on U.K. Applications for TV Production Tax Credits

    7:44 am 2/25/2013

    The U.K. government officially hands the yea or nay duties to the British Film Institute for animation, TV and video-games sector applicants.Read more

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  5. U.K. Admissions, Box Office Up While Hollywood Backed Movie Shoots Fall In 2012

    6:05 am 1/31/2013

    The latest numbers from the British Film Institute indicate a slump fall in big budget productions using U.K. facilities despite an uptick in Hollywood investment on U.K. shores.Read more

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  6. British Film Institute Opens Up $6.3 million Purse For U.K. Film Festivals

    8:22 am 1/28/2013

    The U.K. cultural organization aims to distribute up to $1.6 million a year through 2017 to successful festival organizers looking to bolster balance sheets for events.Read more

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  7. British Film Institute Hires Digital Guru

    4:55 am 1/7/2013

    The British cultural organization appoints Edward Humphrey to head up the rollout of a BFI VOD platform and digitization of 10,000 films.Read more

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  8. U.K. Movie Fund Tsar Expects 'Good and Bad' Use of Cash Awarded to Productions

    6:02 am 10/17/2012

    BFI Film Fund director Ben Roberts, who is in charge of Britain's largest public movie production fund that has $28.8 million to spend annually, wants to mainly help independents.Read more

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  9. BFI to Screen Uncut Versions of Cult Films as British Censor Turns 100

    4:37 am 10/12/2012

    Sam Raimi's "The Evil Dead" and Steven Spielberg's "Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom" will be among the movies that the British Board of Film Classification had banned or censored.Read more

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  10. U.K. Production Fund Tsar Ben Roberts to Deliver Keynote Address to Producers and Financiers

    5:33 am 10/11/2012

    The BFI Film Fund director, in charge of the U.K.'s largest single public movie production fund, is expected to lay out his vision for public funding for the next five years.Read more

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