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Best and worst of Britain's subsidised film-makers revealed

29 July 2011 9:51 AM, PDT | The Guardian - Film News | See recent The Guardian - Film News news »

Man on Wire's James Marsh among just three film-makers to repay lottery funding in full since 2006, according to recent report

Who is Britain's most commercially successful film-maker of the past five years – at least among those backed by lottery money from the UK Film Council? Take a bow, James Marsh. His Oscar-winning documentary Man on Wire repaid 100% of its UKFC investment, and his chimpanzee documentary Project Nim is set to follow suit.

According to figures published quietly in Hansard last week by culture minister Ed Vaizey, only two other films since 2006 – St Trinian's and The King's Speech – have so far returned their lottery cash in full. Streetdance 3D is also expected to do so.

And who must own up to being the least successful of Britain's lottery-subsidised film-makers? According to the figures, that unwanted honour goes to Stephen Frears. Two of his recent films have received some £1.7m »

- Adam Dawtrey

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