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Puttnam

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 year, the APSA brought back a group of former jury presidents for the jury, with Puttnam in top role.
Lord Puttnam has actively contributed to a positive relationship between Cambodia and the United Kingdom and has worked with Minister Sun on branding consultations and other marketing elements to benefit Cambodias economic growth.
Lord Puttnam is the Chair of Atticus Education, an online education company based in Ireland.
chaired by Labour peer Lord Puttnam - is expected to be a lively panel discussion event, and will also include early findings from a new study looking into at how TV has contributed to political debate in Liverpool.
Lord Puttnam was the first chancellor of the University of Sunderland.
Puttnam, a long-term Unicef ambassador, claimed the initiative will change the face of sporting events such as the Olympics and World Cup.
The other point that David Puttnam made was about our media and what it's doing to us as human beings.
Lord Puttnam, who became a peer in 1997, addresses some of the issues which have emerged from the Leveson inquiry.
Lord Puttnam, known for box office hits such as Chariots of Fire, is a champion of learning and was founding chair of the General Teaching Council for England (GTCE).
London, June 22 (ANI): Lord David Puttnam has said that digital technology could make it possible to show the 2012 Olympics in 3D in cinemas across Britain.
Film producer and politician Lord David Puttnam will speak to Birmingham media industry professionals this week at a Screen WM and 4iP event exploring the potential of new media platforms.
Its producer, Lord David Puttnam, was astonished to hear the Mayor of London's father recount the moment on the radio yesterday.