GRANT KEIR's Comments
Comment on: Act of Killing wins at Doc/Fest
Yay for the films and Yay for Doc/Fest!! It was an amazing week and fantastic 20th festival...
Comment on: Heather Croall, Sheffield Doc/Fest
Comment on: Soda takes Ilo Ilo for UK
Oh, nice going guys! Look forward to that being released here in UK...
Comment on: Cannes' Gilles Jacob to step down
First Fergie, now Giles!! What is the world coming to??
Comment on: Metrodome takes We Are the Freaks
Well done guys!!
Comment on: EFP selects Producers on the Move for Cannes
Congratulations to all the producers on EFM's POTM... have a ball in Cannes!
Comment on: UK tax relief: Take your partners
Which co-production treaties include TV as eligible? Anyone know?
Comment on: Mistaken For Strangers to open Tribeca
I LOVE The National...
Comment on: Lore gets first BFI Sleeper award
fantastic news... and well deserved, it's a really good film...
Comment on: BFI launches UK doc pitches
Comment on: Psychic Octopus doc team plans zombie project
Where is Paul when you need him - England vs Italy...???
Good luck Michael... (met you in Berlin...)
Congratulations Soda!! Well deserved support for an excellent initiative...
Depressing to hear that Cameron's 'Little England' approach to the rest of Europe is echoed at the level of Eurimages. Scotland should join Eurimages and lead the way back!!
Awesome news. And an impetus for the Uk to re-join Eurimages again??
Go Doc/Fest!! Woo Hoo...
The shockingly low level of co-production with other countries, including our European neighbours, is an ongoing scandal that really needs addressing at a structural level
fantastic appointments that promise a real boost to a much loved festival... Good luck to all...
Comment on: Curzon Artificial Eye launches on demand service
This looks really interesting... Great initiative and hope it does well for you...
Comment on: Dyke calls for UK industry to regroup
We all need to address the need for a reliable, long term funding mechanism for UK film production and distribution. We need a new 'Big Society' idea that the government could back and would not cost them anything. It is called the Eady Levy and funded the most successful period of post war British film making, and could be made to work for the new (digital) reality that faces us... Oh and BTW, do we really still need to remind people that there is a film making industry outside of London and the BFI's Southbank?