Wednesday, 20 October 2010

British film institutions, film makers and films are on the up!

If you need a comparative film institution and film which reflects the creativity and ingenuity of the British film industry you could hardly do better than "Moon", starring Sam Rockwell and made by the UK's Liberty Films. There is a link on Liberty Film's' website which gives you most of what you need to know about the production of this film. You can also Google the film's production notes. The extras on the DVD has a great interview with the creative team behind "Moon" at the Sundance Film Festival in which they discuss several issues that would be perfect for a case study for 322 Section B. What with Edgar Wright, Matthew Vaughn and "Moon's" Duncan Jones young British directors, screenwriters, cinematographers, producers, special effects people, etc. have made a huge impact on audiences in the UK and USA this year.

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