Michael Grade: UK film industry 'brilliant at creating movies'
11 February 2013 Last updated at 10:58 GMT
The non-executive Chairman of Pinewood Shepperton studios has told the BBC, Britain is the best place in the world to make movies, despite overall investment in studios and production houses falling.
"There is a huge demand for the skills that we have in this country. It is a growth sector in the British economy and we're brilliant at creating movies." said Lord Grade.
Bond movie Skyfall, made at Pinewood Shepperton studios, won both outstanding British film and original music in the series' 50th anniversary year, at this year's Baftas.