MOVIESCOPE MAY 2011

Not So Risky Business

Richard Price, former chair and treasurer of BAFTA, explains why backing British films need not be a financial gamble.

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LIVERPOOL ECHO MARCH 2011

Liverpool man who spotted The King's Speech script on it's Oscar triumph

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LIVERPOOL ECHO FEB 2011

The Price is right

When the envelope containing a first draft marked King's Speech landed on Richard Price's desk, it sat unopened for more than six weeks. WHen he finally did read it, the Liverpool Institute old boy recalls with amused understatement: "I thought, yes this is quite good."

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WILTSHIRE GAZETTE AND HERALD FEB 2011

Film raises royal sum for Aldbourne and Ramsbury

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WILTSHIRE GAZETTE AND HERALD FEB 2011

Big rush at Aldbourne and Ramsbury to catch The King

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WALES ONLINE FEB 2011

Film investor hoping for Royal flush

A Welshman with the Midas touch is hoping that The King's Speech cleans up at tonight's Oscars.

Richard Price MBE invested in the production of the Bafta-winning Brit flick when it was a little-known stage play, and says it could sweep the board at the Academy Awards ceremony in Los Angeles this evening. And he should know - He backed Mamma Mia! when it was in development and has seen it grow to become the highest grossing musical film of all time.

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THE INDEPENDENT JAN 2011

Crowning Glory: How The King's Speech got made

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SCREEN DAILY SEPT 2010

King's Speech duo set to travel with the Lady Who Went Too Far

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