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Margaret Thatcher's Complicated Relationship With British Cinema
By slashing state funding and eliminating a postwar tax on box office receipts, she completely transformed the workings of the British film industry. Her government inspired an entire genre of oppositional films by the likes of Ken Loach, Mike Leigh and Peter Greenaway - yet her ministers also created Channel Four. The Guardian (UK) 04/09/13
Posted April 10, 2013 12:57 AM




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