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Franco Rosso (29 August 1941 – 9 December 2016), was an Italian-born film producer and director based in England, whose films demonstrate "rare sympathy and understanding with minority groups in general, immigrant minority groups in particular." He is known for making films about Black British culture, and in particular for the 1980 cult film Babylon, about Black youth in south London, which was backed by the National Film Finance Corporation.

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