Thu 23 July 2009, The Independent

Geoffrey Macnab: 'British film-goers don't like British films and UK distributors can't get them into cinemas'

By Geoffrey MacNab
The ICA Cinema in London has just hosted New British Cinema. On one level, the season was a cause for celebration. The eight films chosen underlined the richness of independent, low- budget British film-making. On a less upbeat note, though, the season pointed to the struggles that young British film-makers face in getting their work shown at all. In a sense, these were orphan films, spurned by mainstream cinemas.
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