Brits await tax terms

Dawtrey, Adam
August 2004
Variety;8/2/2004, Vol. 395 Issue 11, p10
Trade Publication
Presents an overview of the speech of Chancellor of Exchequer Gordon Brown on the tax system for film production in Great Britain in March 2004. Submission of a proposal by the advisory committee to film minister Estelle Morris; Comparison of the budget for British film with standard deals; Remarks from several producers and directors regarding the system.


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