Sun 2 September 2007, The Independent

Venice Film Festival hails a golden crop of British film-making

By Arifa Akbar
This time the British are not just coming, they may even have arrived. A quarter of a decade after screenwriter Colin Welland issued his warning as he collected his 1982 Oscar for Chariots of Fire, there is all the evidence to suggest that a golden age of British film-making has arrived.
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