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Tom Ford

Tom Ford decided in summer 2008 that if he could not get the external financing locked in for his debut feature film A Single Man, he would step in and bankroll it himself. “We had narrowed it down to sufficiently few financiers that I was prepared for it and I was already paying for pre-production. Then the Lehman Brothers collapse happened and two partners fell out, and so I paid for it all myself. All my agents ...

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