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Following Clint Eastwood's appeal, DreamWorks has joined the fight to save the U.K. Film Council from the ax, and has penned a letter "of great concern" to Blighty's government.
The letter to the country's finance chief, Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne, is signed by prexy of physical production Steve Molen. It protests plans to close the UKFC and cites its abolishment as "disconcerting and confusing."
The letter goes on to highlight the film council's advantages and states that its expertise with studios "seems to set the bar for all others."
Steven Spielberg's studio further asked for reassurance that all of the operations performed by the …