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David Puttnam and Brian Sibley
conclude their series. 6: Back to the Future. This programme focuses on the selling and marketing of films and on the benefits to film-makers of technological breakthroughs. David Puttnam explains why he will be bowing out of the business after the release of his next film, and the programme looks ahead to some of the last films to be released this century. Producer Malcolm Prince
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