Taking the breaks off
For many years the British film industry has been supported by generous tax concessions from the Government. But, argues Brian Eagles, continued tax breaks are merely propping up an industry that must learn to stand on its own two feet
The arena of film financing in the UK has for a long time been regarded as a battlefield full of foolish heroes. None but the very brave, or very stupid, have been willing to invest in the British film industry without a suitable tax break.
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