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Postcards from the 48% ()


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A film made by and featuring those who voted Remain in the UK's EU Referendum vote, the 48%, to show the other 27 EU Member States that it was far from a landslide victory and just why we... See more »

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Nick Clegg ...
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Vince Cable ...
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Bonnie Greer ...
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Helena Kennedy ...
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Jonathan Freedland ...
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Candice Atterton ...
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Patience Wheatcroft ...
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Lesley Riddoch ...
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Jon Danzig ...
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Liselotte Marshall ...
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Christopher ...
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Mike Galsworthy ...
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Peter French ...
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Diane Datson ...
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Madeleina Kay ...
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Klaus ...
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Ling ...
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Felix Milbank ...
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Ruth Cadbury ...
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Matt Kelly ...
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Pasty Turner ...
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Bettina Schoenberger ...
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Femi Oluwole ...
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Becky ...
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A.C. Grayling ...
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Mark Durkan ...
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Debbie ...
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Christian ...
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Mary ...
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Zoe ...
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Paul Cartwright ...
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Will Hutton ...
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Ken ...
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Adrian Low ...
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Catherine Bearder ...
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Raymond McCord ...
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Daniel ...
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Stephen ...
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Henry Porter ...
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Sue Wilson ...
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Andrew Cook ...
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Laura ...
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Peter James Cook ...
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Steve Bray ...
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Hilary Benn ...
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Kenneth Clarke ...
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Directed by

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David Wilkinson

Written by

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Emlyn Price ... ()
 
David Wilkinson ... ()

Produced by

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Elisar Cabrera ... associate producer
Bill Lawrence ... executive producer
Don McVey ... executive producer
K.T. Parker ... associate producer
Ben Richards ... executive producer
David Wilkinson ... producer

Music by

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Christopher Barnett

Cinematography by

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Don McVey

Film Editing by

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Michael Bradsell
Jon Walker

Editorial Department

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Vicky Tolidou ... assistant editor
Jon Walker ... colorist / post production supervisior

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Oliver Roberts ... first assistant director
Paul Vernon ... first assistant director

Sound Department

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Robin Boros ... boom operator
Jack Bowman ... sound
Lewis Clark ... sound recordist
Emanuele Correani ... sound recordist
Brian Gray ... sound recordist
Ian Powell ... sound recordist
Rory Smith ... sound recordist
David Sohanpal ... sound recordist

Camera and Electrical Department

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Nick Blair ... camera operator
Anthony Brown ... camera operator
Will Carne ... camera operator
Andrei Croitor ... first assistant camera
Matthew Dove ... camera operator
George Featherby ... camera operator
Neill Francis ... camera operator: 2nd Unit Camera
Neil Garrett ... camera operator
Kevin Glynn ... camera operator

Music Department

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Nicola Chang ... music assistant
Joni Amelia Fuller ... strings

Other crew

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Zoe Forrester ... production assistant
Gillie Lawrence ... assistant to the producer
Zozo Luna ... production assistant
Eoin O'Toole ... production assistant
Alida Pantone ... production assistant
Vicky Tolidou ... production assistant

Thanks

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Miriam Allen ... special thanks
Ray Ashcroft ... special thanks
Rebecca Ashton ... special thanks
Stephanie Boyd ... special thanks
Andy Bull ... special thanks
Dover Council ... thanks
Westminster Council ... thanks
Samantha De Salis ... special thanks
Arthur Duffy ... special thanks
Audrey Eager ... special thanks
Bath for Europe ... special thanks
Bristol for Europe ... special thanks
Canterbury for Europe ... special thanks
Leeds for Europe ... special thanks
Sean Gainford ... special thanks
James Gavigan ... special thanks
Mark Geagan ... special thanks
Lucia Helenka ... special thanks
Philip Jansseune ... special thanks
Chris Jones ... special thanks
Paula Kelly ... special thanks
Gemma Knowles ... special thanks
Richard Kurti ... special thanks
Dr. S.J. Librowski ... special thanks
Patrick Lohlein ... special thanks
Robin Lough ... special thanks
Charlie MacBride ... special thanks
Paul Madigan ... special thanks
Andrew Mahoney ... special thanks
Ruth S. Mayorcas ... special thanks
Charlie McBride ... special thanks
Sam McRory ... special thanks
Hotel Meyrick ... special thanks
Eibhlin Ni Mhunghaile ... special thanks
Colette Mounsey ... special thanks
Coordination Hub Network ... special thanks
Liz Neville ... special thanks
Lewis North ... special thanks
Ciaran O'Hare ... special thanks
Julien Plante ... special thanks
Richard Porritt ... special thanks
Archant Publishing ... thanks
Willheim Ratuszynski ... special thanks
Philip Richmond ... special thanks
Amy Roberts ... special thanks
Axel Scheffler ... special thanks
Hugh Stoddart ... special thanks
Central Hall Westminster ... thanks
Pip Wilkinson ... special thanks
Colin Wilson ... special thanks
Denise Wordsworth ... special thanks

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Also Known As
  • Postcards from the 48% (United Kingdom)
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  • 110 min
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Did You Know?

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Trivia The film had an unfinished test screening at the EU Parliament in Brussels on 10th April 2018, the 20th Anniversary of the signing of The Good Friday Agreement. The film had its world premiere at the Edinburgh International Film Festival on 23rd June 2018 - the second anniversary of the UK's EU referendum vote. See more »

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