Independent report

The Government Response to “A Future For British Film: It begins with the audience”

In May 2011 Lord Smith of Finsbury was asked by the Minister for Culture, Communications and the Creative Industries, Ed Vaizey MP, to lead …

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The Government’s response to "A Future For British Film: It begins with the audience" Cm8355

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In May 2011 Lord Smith of Finsbury was asked by the Minister for Culture, Communications and the Creative Industries, Ed Vaizey MP, to lead an eight-strong independent Panel of film industry experts in reviewing the Government’s film policy. The Panel was asked to identify barriers to growth in the British film industry.

The review report “A Future For British Film: It begins with the audience” was published in January 2012.

This document represents the Government’s response.