Andy Harries, Left Bank Pictures, on 'The Damned United'

Andy Harries, Producer, talks about the advantages of filming in Yorkshire, the value of local crew and getting the best deal for The Damned United.


From the best-selling and critically acclaimed novel by David Peace, The Damned United tells the confrontational and darkly humorous story of Brian Clough's doomed 44-day tenure as manager of Leeds United. Screen Yorkshire supported The Damned United through its Production Fund and provided locations and crewing support.

The Damned United is released at cinemas in the UK on 27th March 2009.

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