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Stars back money for web downloads
Stars from film and TV have backed a campaign launched encouraging young people to pay for web downloads.
The aim of the Connected to British Film and TV campaign is to show people how the money they spend on cinema tickets, downloads and DVDs helps pay for new shows and films to be made.
Among its supporters are actors Nick Moran, Noel Clarke and Tamzin Outhwaite.
Its launch comes as new research shows less than half of 18-to-30-year olds (39%) think they should pay for films and television programmes downloaded from the internet, even though almost three quarters (74%) happily pay for cinema tickets and DVDs.
Moran, who starred in Lock Stock & Two Smoking Barrels, endorsed the campaign.
He said: "Every time you pay for a cinema ticket, a DVD or Blue-ray, or a legal download, it makes great British films happen and highlights the immense wealth of constantly emerging talent we have in this country.
"So you're the real stars of British Film and that's what the Connected to British Film and TV campaign is celebrating."
Matt di Angelo, who stars in BBC1's Hustle, said: "The Brits love film and TV and this campaign is a great way of celebrating a proud national passion.
"But we also need to realise that it's only by buying official DVDs, downloads and cinema tickets that we can enjoy the TV dramas and blockbuster films that we watch on a regular basis.
"We all have to recognise our responsibility to buy and download legally."