Puttnam


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Puttnam

(ˈpʌtnəm)
n
(Biography) David, Baron. born 1941, British film producer. Films include Chariots of Fire (1981), The Killing Fields (1984), Memphis Belle (1990), and My Life So Far (1999)
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This house in South Kensington has just gone on sale opposite Lord David Puttnam, who has won plaudits as the director of Chariots of Fire, Bugsy Malone and Midnight Express.
A BIG-HEARTED film-maker has been given the seal of approval by award winning director Ken Loach and star producer David Puttnam after creating an emotional film about a steel worker.
A BIG-HEARTED film-maker has been given the seal of approval by award winning director Ken Loach and star-producer David Puttnam after creating an emotional film about a steel worker.
Oscar-winning producer and former studio chief David Puttnam, arguably the biggest name at the Asia Pacific Screen Awards, will head the Jury of Juries for the organization's 10th anniversary.
IBC has announced that Lord Puttnam will deliver a keynote address at the forthcoming IBC Conference on Sunday, 11 September 2016.
FILM director Ken Loach and producer Lord (David) Puttnam are in Liverpool this week to talk about the future of TV.
Lord David Puttnam, whose credits include Chariots of Fire, the Killing Fields, and Bugsy Malone, will give the series of free lectures at the University of Sunderland, which will start on Friday.
One-time James Bond actor Sir Roger Moore joined film-maker Lord Puttnam in the city yesterday to reveal the anti-poverty plan.
I WAS listening to David Puttnam the other day, not knowing exactly who he was but thinking he made a couple of really good points.
OSCAR winning producer David Puttnam who produced Chariots of Fire and The Killing Fields and Memphis Belle, will deliver a public lecture at Bangor University on Wednesday May 1.
But ministers have opposed the changes, tabled by Labour peer and film producer Lord Puttnam and passed with the help of rebel Tory and Lib Dem peers.