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UK industry reacts to Parker's plea for change

The British film industry is waiting on more detail from Alan Parker, the UK director and chairman of strategy body the Film Council, after he unveiled a blueprint for curing Britain of its 'little England' syndrome, partly by providing tax breaks for local and foreign distributors which invest in British film.

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