How the British film industry came back from the brink

Thirty years ago it was as if someone had shouted "Cut!" over the entire British movie business. Luckily, a Chancellor of the Exchequer, a boy wizard and six Hollywood studios rode to the rescue, paving the way for a spectacular comeback.

by Paul Simpson

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