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04/06/2003

Film Council's Development Fund invests in UK film companies

The Film Council Development Fund is to renew its commitment to three slate deals set up last year to invest in production companies and their projects.
Fragile Films, Ruby Films and Tall Stories are all to receive further Lottery cash to invest in the development of a selection of projects for the cinema. The fund is also currently investing in three other companies working on a range of single film projects awarded under the original slate deal scheme but until now, unannounced. The deals run for up to three years but will be reviewed annually.
The production companies receiving funding are Shona Films, Bend It Films and Impact Pictures.
The amounts awarded are: Fragile Films £200,000; Ruby Films £70,000; Tall Stories £50,000; Shona Productions £42,200; Bend It Films £115,000; Impact Pictures £108,500.
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