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Fragile Films was set up in 1996 when BARNABY THOMPSON returned to the UK after working for seven years in the U.S.A. To date, Fragile has produced Spiceworld, An Ideal Husband, Kevin and Perry Go Large, Mel Smith's High Heels And Low Lifes and Peter Cattaneo's Lucky Break. Fragile Films is part of a consortium that recently acquired Ealing Studios. Over a five year period the studios that were once home to Britain's most enduring comedies will be developed to encompass the most progressive multi-media digital studio of its kind in Europe, bringing the creative talents of writers, producers, directors, designers and actors under one roof.

Prior to this, Thompson was Vice President, Creative Affairs at Lorne Michael's Broadway Pictures. During his tenure, he co-produced The Kids In The Hall, Brain Candy, which was nominated for four Canadian Genies; Tommy Boy starring Chris Farley andDavid Spade; Lassie directed by Dan Petrie; Coneheads, starring Dan Aykroyd and Wayne's World 1 & 2, with Mike Myers and Dana Carvey. All these films were made for Paramount Pictures.

Before moving to America in 1990, Thompson ran the UK-based independent production company World's End Productions. There he produced and directed many award-winning documentary films, including Jimi Hendrix, which won the Silver Plaque at the Chicago Film Festival and The Forgotten Holocaust, which received the Silver Medal at the New York Film Festival. He also produced Dear Rosie, a short film nominated for both British and American Academy Awards.

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