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DISTRIBUTION UK

I Am Love, 4321 get UKFC P&A funds

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The UK Film Council (UKFC) has awarded Metrodome Distribution £110,900 for Luca Guadagnino’s I Am Love [+see also:
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interview: Luca Guadagnino - director
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, to widen distribution to 52 sites and boost publicity and advertising.

The Works UK received £120,000 for Noel Clarke and Mark Davis4321 [+see also:
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, to widen the film's release on June 2 from 200 to 250 sites and go towards publicity and advertising.

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Momentum received £12,100 to go towards exit polling for a dubbed English-language version of the Swedish film The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo [+see also:
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interview: Niels Arden Oplev
interview: Søren Stærmose
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in four cinemas, as part of research to gauge audience response to dubbed films in the UK.

Several smaller awards were made to the distribution of the following films amongst others:

Artificial Eye for Marco Bellocchio's Vincere [+see also:
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interview: Cannes 2009 Marco Bellocchio
interview: Filippo Timi - actor
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(£4,697), Todd Solondz’s Life During Wartime (£3,846), Gotz Spielmann's Revanche [+see also:
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interview: Götz Spielmann
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(£2,812) and Claire Denis' White Material [+see also:
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(£4,770); Axiom for Peter Greenaway's Nightwatching [+see also:
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(£5,000) and Pablo Trapero's Lion's Den (£5,000);

Metrodome for Paul Andrew Williams' Cherry Tree Lane (£5,000) and Samuel Maoz's Lebanon [+see also:
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(£5,000); the BFI Nancy Kissam's Drool and Russell Mulcahy's Prayers for Bobby (£800);

BritFilms Distribution Company for Justin Molotnikov's Crying with Laughter (£5,000); Dogwoof Pictures for Laura Gabbert and Justin Schein's No Impact Man (£5,000), Claudia Llosa's The Milk of Sorrow [+see also:
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(£5,000), Erik Gandini's Videocracy [+see also:
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(£5,000) and Leslie Iwerks's Dirty Oil (£5,000); Green Lions for David Bond's Erasing David (£5,000); and Guerilla Films for Jan Dunn's The Calling (£4,800).

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