British film

Hard Times For Writers In British Film

It’s official; the British film industry is in the toilet again. In my career I’ve heard this maybe two dozen times, but something has really gone wrong in this decade. It turns out that only 7% of British films have made any kind of a profit in the past ten years and the number in […]

Neglected Films No.3: ‘The Happiest Days Of Your Life’

If there was an award for the most charming film ever made, this would be high on the list; it was produced in 1950 but looks and feels as if it had been concocted in 1925. A perky new teacher arrives at Nutbourne College, to be shown around by a sarcastic, cynical Richard Wattis, who […]