There are many reasons why there is no longer a film festival in the United Kingdom, but it is not just about film, but about the world.
That was the case on Sunday when the UK Film Festival announced it was ending the UK’s annual film festival.
It was the third time the festival has made this decision.
The festival, which celebrates British film, was founded in 1973 and is now the largest film festival outside of Europe.
It has won three Oscars and was awarded the 2016 Queen Elizabeth II Medal for its “remarkable and influential work” in promoting British film.
Its director of programming is Stephen Fry, and it was a festival of British talent that helped make British cinema great.
But this year, the festival announced it would be closing the festival in 2018.
In a statement, it said: “The UK Film and Television Festival is in the final stages of deciding the future of the festival, and will not be returning to the UK in the near future.
The UK Film Academy, which is the UKs largest independent organisation for the production of film, will now be responsible for organising the festival for the next four years.”
“The decision is being taken with due consideration for the long-term viability of the film industry in the country,” it added.
The British Film Academy is an independent body set up in 1881 to support British film in the field of filmmaking.
It represents a wide range of independent film makers, including directors, producers and technicians.
The academy’s head, Michael Gove, said the decision to cancel the festival was not taken lightly, but that it was “a good decision”.
“We all know that this year’s film festival was an incredibly important and influential one,” he said.
“I wish everyone involved well for the festival’s future.” “
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I wish everyone involved well for the festival’s future.”
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