The gods of small films. An investigation into the British film industry’s best hope – the ‘microbudget.’

by Peter D. Marshall

This article is from the The Guardian – December 12, 2008

Making movies in the UK is tough enough; ask anybody working in the film business. But for first-timers, it has become increasingly difficult. Even low-budget movies are harder and harder to finance, especially with unproven talent at the helm. Read rest of article here.

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