name='dom2097']Hi. I am new to this forum and was searching for information on modern British films (the past 10 years), and found this forum. I am currently writing an article to be published for a major film magazine and unfortunately the interview I had organised fell through. Which is why I am here. I was wondering if anybody could spare just 5 or 10 minutes to read through the questions below and voice their own opinions on the matter. Any opinions and thoughts are very welcome. Thank you.
Why do you think British films have become so popular? As Hollywood had always dominated the market, do you think people are welcoming the change in style/content etc? What do you like about British films which make them different from Hollywood films?
British films are not just popular in the UK, they are increasing becoming more popular in America. Why do you think this is? Does it have something do to with the introduction of American actors into British films (Greenstreet) or British actors in American films (Jason Stratham in The Transporter, The One etc) making other audiences more aware of the British presence?
Do you think that British films are important to us/our culture? And why is this?
Again, all opinions are very welcome