Film fever

November 1996
Sight & Sound;Nov96, Vol. 6 Issue 11, p3
Editorial. Discusses the gap persisting between political culture and film culture; Cultural posturings of political candidates; Criticism against Bob Dole for praising `Independence Day' and British Member of Parliament Kim Howells for his remarks about the film industry; Political issues related to film; Comparison between the American and British film culture and industry.


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