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01/07/2010

Showtime For BBC Films' Showreels

The beginning of July saw the online launch of BBC Films' Showreel, showcasing a variety of recent projects reflecting BBC Films commitment to bring original and distinctive British films to the British public.
The Showreel features the latest titles from the BBC Films slate including the highly anticipated Stephen Frears’ Tamara Drewe starring Gemma Arterton, Made in Dagenham directed by Nigel Cole of Calendar Girls, Rowan Joffe's Brighton Rock and Ayub Khan Din's follow up to the hugely successful East is East, West is West.
The BBC Films showreel is now available here: BBC Films Showreel
Accompanying this release, BBC Films Creative Director and Executive Producer, Christine Langan, launched a blog on the BBC website where she comments on her role at BBC Films and upcoming projects. See: BBC Films Showreel Blog
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