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Film4 Productions

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Film4 Productions
Formerly
Channel Four Films
FilmFour International
Film production company
Founded1982
HeadquartersLondon, England, United Kingdom
Number of locations
2
Key people
Tessa Ross
ProductsMotion Pictures
OwnerChannel Four Television Corporation

Film4 Productions is a British film production company owned by Channel Four Television Corporation. The company has been responsible for backing many films made in the United Kingdom. The company's first production was Walter, directed by Stephen Frears, which was released in 1982. It is especially known for its gritty, kitchen sink-style films and period drama.

History

Prior to 1998, the company was identified as Channel Four Films or FilmFour International. Later, the outfit was re-branded as FilmFour, to coincide with the launch of a new Digital TV channel of the same name. The company cut its budget and staff significantly in 2002, due to mounting losses, and was reintegrated into the drama department of Channel 4. The name "Film4 Productions" was introduced in 2006 to tie in with the relaunch of the FilmFour broadcast channel as Film4.[citation needed]

Tessa Ross was head of both Film4 and Channel 4 drama from 2002 to 2014.[1][2]

Selected list of productions

This is a list of the most notable productions by Film4.

References

  1. ^ Gibson, Owen. "Interview: Tessa Ross". The Guardian. Retrieved 24 February 2016.
  2. ^ Plunkett, John. "Channel 4 boss Tessa Ross appointed chief executive of the National Theatre". The Guardian. Retrieved 24 February 2016.
  3. ^ Kay, Jeremey (21 August 2017). "Rooney Mara drama 'Mary Magdalene' held back for next year's awards season". Screen International. Retrieved 21 August 2017.

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