Digital streaming services like Netflix and Spotify are reducing piracy, according to an article in the Daily Telegraph earlier
The 16th September 1985 was a landmark moment for British film fans. Thirty years ago today, film went on sale on our high
10 years ago, Youtube was just distant thought in its founders heads. It now has over a billion users and almost 15 million videos about cats. Not only is it making cats well famous, but it is changing the way people watch film and is opening up the world of filmmaking to people who couldn't have got there before.
There's no doubt that film education in schools has set some of the UK film industry's best talent on their way to success - a fact well worth celebrating - but arguably its value extends far beyond just shaping the next generation of British talent.