3 January 2008
“The number of films produced on low and micro budgets has been growing in recent years. This growth has coincided with the beginning of the digital age that seems to offer the prospect of new opportunities for such films.
For this reason the UK Film Council commissioned Northern Alliance to provide an accurate account of this part of the film production sector. The evidence they have obtained provides the first ever comprehensive picture of low and micro budget filmmaking in the UK.
The results will also inform the UK Film Council‘s policies, but the findings should be of interest to everyone with a stake in the UK film industry, UK film culture and the filmmaking talent that underpins both.”
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