Scotland Tonight: Should the Scottish film industry get more money?
More than 60 film producers have signed a letter saying the industry is being undermined by a lack of funding.
The Scottish film industry has been warned not to expect any rise in the amount of public money it receives in the near future.
More than 60 film producers, including the makers of such movies as Under the Skin, Sunshine on Leith and Rob Roy, said the industry was being undermined by lack of funding.
With £4 million currently given to film and TV production this year, is Scotland taking this vital and successful creative industry seriously? And where would any extra money come from at a time of austerity?
Culture secretary Fiona Hyslop, Film City Glasgow’s Gillian Berrie and journalist Andy Dougan discussed the issue on Scotland Tonight.
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