Geoffrey Macnab covers the UK for Screen.
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Nolan’s Second World War epic is one of a number of large-scale productions to utilise the territory; TV could be next.
Iniative kicks off as film festivals continue to asses the merits of co-production markets.
Friends of Don Ranvaud remember the recently passed producer-sales agent-academic. “He was guided by ideals in a world where this is becoming rarer,” Salles tells Geoffrey Macnab.
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