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You can't develop a great car and sell it as an independent. You can develop a great car and make a deal with Mercedes.

You can't develop a great car and sell it as an independent. You can develop a great car and make a deal with Mercedes.

'Billy Elliot' embodies the idea that anyone can achieve anything regardless of their socio-economic background. ---->>>

Technical problems are like gremlins. They come and go. ---->>>

The writer Richard Curtis is a genius. ---->>>

There's so much competition for leisure time, more than ever. ---->>>

Film is not a national business. It's international. And its centre will always be Hollywood. ---->>>

For us in England, the relative value of the pound against the dollar, that has a huge impact on how easy it is to get our films made in the U.K. ---->>>

I have always thought we should think less about the British film industry as an entity, and more about getting British talent working. ---->>>

I'm a blind optimist when going into things. ---->>>

You can get swept away by a musical, but real tears are rare. ---->>>

You never get time at Working Title, sadly, to enjoy any film's success, because you're worrying about the next lot. ---->>>

Apart from 'Stoned,' I can't think of a film that's made me think, 'Blimey, that should have been at Cannes.' ---->>>

Do we have good writers, producers and actors in the U.K.? Yes we do. ---->>>

I think Cannes is usually pretty fair in choosing what will play well to the home festival crowd. ---->>>

Making movies is like herding cats. ---->>>

'No Country for Old Men' was epic. ---->>>

Somebody has to invest in creating the movies of the future. ---->>>

The idea that the Tony committee and the New York theater community as a whole have embraced 'Billy Elliot' is very, very exciting. ---->>>

The more you keep costs down, the more freedom you have creatively. ---->>>

The U.K. needs more first class studio space to encourage the growth of the film and TV sector. ---->>>

With 'Anna Karenina,' I just think it's a stunning visual tour de force for a director who is at the top of his game. ---->>>

'Billy Elliot' prides itself on being a family show, and it made sense to specifically cater to a family audience with an earlier evening curtain time. ---->>>

It might sound a small thing, but if you want to get Tom Cruise into your movie, without a track record or without those agents knowing you, it's almost impossible. Now I can get through to pretty much anyone I want. Of course, 90 per cent of the time they still say no. ---->>>

My theory is, I don't know how long it's going to be, five or ten years, there will be only two ways to see a movie, and that will either be on your computer through your TV screen or in the cinema, end of story. There will be no DVD; that's it - simple. ---->>>

It's fantastic to see 'Les Miserables' become the top-grossing film at the U.K. box office. ---->>>

I think it would be a good thing in the creative community if there was less embarrassment of this word 'commercial' because that's how you make a business. ---->>>

It is rare that you read scripts that genuinely move you and make you feel that, regardless of the commercial possibilities, you have to make the film. ---->>>

Mike Leigh and Ken Loach are the people I look up to. They are quality film-makers making interesting, controversial, ground-breaking movies with very little eye on the marketplace. ---->>>

When you watch a Coen brothers movie, it is always so certain about what it is trying to portray. That is their strength. The minute they write a word, they know how it will look on-screen. They are very purposeful, with no kind of mistakes. ---->>>

If there's a British film in the marketplace that is successful on a worldwide basis - whether it's 'A Room with a View,' 'Four Weddings' or 'The Full Monty' - money follows, and everyone tries to emulate that success. ---->>>


Nationality: British
Born: 06-21, 2015
Birthplace: England
Occupation: Producer

Eric Fellner, CBE (born 10 October 1959) is an English film producer. He is the co-chairman (along with Tim Bevan) of the production company Working Title Films.(wikipedia)