Dawtrey, Adam
June 2007
Daily Variety;6/5/2007, Vol. 295 Issue 45, p4
Trade Publication
The article reports on the first five projects that Pathe Films and BBC Films will undertake under their joint development deal with the U.K. Film Council. "Upstairs Downstairs" is a television series that will be developed into a film feature. "Thatcher" focuses on the prime minister in the 17 days prior to the Falklands War. "Emma and Nelson" is about Emma Hamilton, the mistress of 19th century admiral Lord Nelson.


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