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UK Film Council to invest $35.4m in film in regions

The UK Film Council will be investing a total of $35.4m (£18m) over the next two years in the English regions to help them boost their local film industries and open up access for the public to British film heritage.This support comes from two sources of funding: $30.3m (£15.4m) from the Regional Investment Fund for England (RIFE), a mixture of National Lottery and grant-in-aid funding, and the $5.3m (£2.7m) Digital Archive Fund.The RIFE money will help the nine ...

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