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MY LITTLE EYE
Critic Antonia Quirke and Mark Lawson review My Little Eye - a film based on the premise of Big Brother and carried out in the style of The Blair Witch Project, described by some as the scariest movie ever made.

My Little Eye is released Nationwide on Friday, Cert. 18.
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FILM FUNDING
With the demise of Granada, Canal Plus and Film Four still fresh in minds, Front Row talks to film producer Stephen Wooley and Colin Kennedy, editor of Empire magazine, about the state of film funding in Great Britain at present.
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ANISH KAPOOR
John Wilson talks to sculptor Anish Kapoor whose new installation at Tate Modern will use the entire length of Tate Modern's massive Turbine Hall, which measures 155m long, 23m wide and 35m high.
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HENNING MANKELL
Mark Lawson talks to Henning Mankell (winner of last year's Gold Dagger Prize for crime writing) as his new book One Step Behind is published.

One Step Behind by Henning Mankell is published by The Harvill Press (ISBN: 1860469841)
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REINVENTING THE CHANDELIER
As the Design Museum in London shows The Crystal Palace, a collection of chandeliers by contemporary designers, Martin Raymond, editor of Viewpoint magazine sets the chandelier in context.

Reinventing the Chandelier is at the Design Museum until January 5, 2003
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