Editorial opinion: punching its weight
Can we judge the success of a national film industry on the numbers brought in by studio productions through subsidies and incentives, asks Michael GubbinsThere was a time when terms like the 'creative economy' sounded wildly self-important to the general public - at least outside Los Angeles. Even the term 'industry', when used to refer to film, would raise a certain amount of sniggering among those in 'real business'.
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