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Matthew Little

  • London Production Fund launches 2000 funding round


    The London Film and Video Development Agency (LFVDA) has launched the first round of the London Production Fund for 2000. The fund provides grants of up to £15,000 to animation, short film or documentary projects from independent filmmakers living or working in London.
  • Comic trio scoop Orange Screenwriting Prize


    The 2000 Orange Prize for Screenwriting has been awarded to three comedies from new British writers: The Alchemist, written by Simon Rose, Feet Up by Ewan Kilgour and The Wedding Gift by Lisa Flett.
  • Dunaway to star in story of Diana's biographer


    Faye Dunaway, Paul McGann and Brian Cox will star in The Biographer, a privately-financed British feature film which is due to crank up on March 31.
  • Soldini, Tognazzi lead Italian Davids noms


    Italy's 2000 David di Donatello Awards look set to be a two-horse race as Silvio Soldini's Pane E Tulipani and Ricky Tognazzi's Canone Inverso both scooped nine nominations apiece, including best film, best screenplay and best director.
  • Paramount promotes Brooker, Bealing


    Paramount Home Entertainment (PHE) UK has promoted Richard Brooker to the position of sales director, responsible for rental and retail sales. Brooker was formerly rental sales director for the company