Homegrown Hollywood

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Homegrown Hollywood was a late-night television show aired by BBC2 in the United Kingdom in July 2005.[1] Presented by James King,[2] the show consisted of a series of short films or productions made by amateur, independent film-makers, ranging from students to independent studios, thus offering these people a showcase for their productions. The short films varied in duration from 1 to 30 minutes. It was produced by the BBC, with two BBC staff (the producer, Kuldip Dhadda and a production co-ordinator) as well as BBC intern, Joan Brogan[3] and three others.

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