Category: THE DIRECTOR’S CHAIR
Director Kari Skogland tells DQ about her love of stunts and spectacle when she discusses her television career, with credits including Boardwalk Empire, The Walking Dead, The Americans and House of Cards.
Director Tom Shankland discusses his craft, looking at shows including The Missing, House of Cards and Marvel series Luke Cage, Iron Fist and The Punisher.
Director Kath Mattock tells DQ how she became involved in factual drama The Trial: A Murder in the Family and how this complex series blends reality and fiction in order to record the deliberations that take place by a jury deciding the outcome of a murder trial.
Director Bill Eagles and cinematographer Michael Snyman discuss their work and partnership on ITV’s new India-set medical drama The Good Karma Hospital, and reveal the challenges of filming on location in Sri Lanka.
Best known for seminal Danish crime drama Forbrydelsen (The Killing), director Kristoffer Nyholm tells DQ why Tom Hardy-led thriller Taboo is like nothing ever seen on TV before.
Director Ed Bazalgette discusses his work behind the camera, with credits including hit BBC drama Poldark and his next project, the forthcoming Doctor Who Christmas 2016 special, The Return of Doctor Mysterio.
Director Lesli Linka Glatter is behind the first two episodes of History’s Navy SEALs drama Six, which launches next month. She tells DQ more about the series, produced and distributed by A+E Studios, and how she pieced together one of her favourite scenes.
Directing duo Björn Stein and Måns Mårlind reveal the secrets behind the first Swedish-French coproduction, Midnight Sun.
Norway’s NRK is blending medical drama with thriller in Valkyrien, which sees a doctor fighting to save his dying wife beneath the streets of Oslo. DQ catches up with writer/director Erik Richter Strand.
The Red Planet is the setting for National Geographic Channel’s ground-breaking new series Mars. DQ meets the cast and director as well as the author of the book that inspired this visionary docudrama.
Hans Zhang stars in Chinese period drama The Legendary Tycoon, based on the life of Sir Run Run Shaw. Director Chuang Hsun-Hsin tells DQ about the man who inspired this 45-part biopic.