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Episode 6

David Puttnam and broadcaster Brian Sibley conclude their series with, appropriately enough, a sequel.
As we continue to experience a new century of cinema, has anything really changed or is history is repeating itself? The movie industry is enjoying a boom just like it did in previous recessions and depressions; the same tried and tested film formulas (genres) are still working; and the industry continues to embrace technological advances and continues to flourish. This new programme brings David Puttnam's acclaimed series up-to-date with an exclusive on-set visit to Hogwarts, and contributions from the production team behind the most successful movie franchise ever: 'Harry Potter'. Plus, Robert Redford talks independent film while movie-makers Ron Clements and John Musker ('The Princess and the Frog') explain why the next century of cinema may not all be in 3D.

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Tue 23 Feb 2010 22:30