Dawtrey, Adam
February 2004
Daily Variety;2/12/2004, Vol. 282 Issue 33, p9
Trade Publication
Reports on the confusion generated by the tax policy of the British government on motion picture production in February 2004. Plea for transitional arrangements that would allow the Inside Track and First Choice funds to honor their production finance commitments before they are closed; Motion picture projects expecting to receive a third of their budgets from either Inside Track or First Choice.


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