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Presenting a picture of the state of today's film and television industries in Britain, this text brings together first-hand accounts by key individuals within contemporary British cinema. Insights are given into the making of such films as "Small Faces", "Cold Lazarus", and "Crash". The contributors portray the day-to-day life of producers, directors, writers (including Richard Curtis), actors (including Alfred Molina), cinematographers, designers, editors, exhibitors, journalists, and censors.
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Duncan Petrie is Director of the Bill Douglas Centre for the History of Cinema and Popular Culture at the University of Exeter and author of The British Cinematographer (1996).
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