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Film Policy and England: The Politics of Creativity

@inproceedings{Dave2016FilmPA,
  title={Film Policy and England: The Politics of Creativity},
  author={P. Dave},
  year={2016}
}
  • P. Dave
  • Published 2016
  • Political Science
  • This essay offers a discussion of policy and its relationship to film culture in Britain focusing primarily on the last twenty-five years, and concentrating exclusively on England. Necessarily a foreshortened overview, it nevertheless seeks to cover the recurring, general reference points in policy analysis, such as the opposition between commerce and culture; the relationship between state and ‘nation’; the wider cultural policy discourses within which film has taken its place, particularly… CONTINUE READING
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