The UK Film Council's Prints & Advertising Fund has supported its latest round of film releases. The funds are awarded to UK distributors working on films that might otherwise have a limited distribution, to increase viewing choices for audiences.

The latest distributors and films supported are:

$413,680 (£210,000) to Pathe for Adulthood
$393,980 (£200,000) to Lionsgate UK for The Edge Of Love
$344,733 (£175,000) to Optimum for Where In The World Is Osama Bin Laden'
$305,553 (£155,111) to Momentum for Caramel
$295,480 (£150,000) to The Works UK Distribution for Mongol
$33,880 (£17,200) (total) to Park Circus for David Lean's Blithe Spirit, Brief Encounter, In Which We Serve and This Happy Breed
$33,880 (£17,180) (total) to the BFI for David Lean's Oliver Twist, The Passionate Friends, Great Expectations and Madeleine
$9,850 (£5,000) to BreakThru Films for Free Jimmy
$9,850 (£5,000) to Trinity Filmed Entertainment for Heartbeat Detector
$9,850 (£5,000) to Park Circus for The Apartment
The Good, The Bad and The Ugly
$9,850 (£5,000) to Vertigo for In Search Of A Midnight Kiss
$9,780 (£4,966) to Metrodome for Let's Get Lost
$8,580 (£4,356) to Artificial Eye for California Dreamin'