Seeing is believing

Creator Marie Enthoven and director Geoffrey Enthoven take DQ inside the making of Belgian mystery drama Invisible (Unseen) and reveal why nudity became an important part of the story.


Smashing the stigma

What Have I Done? author Laura Dockrill and Pulse Films’ Moss Barclay and Abigail Dennis reveal how they are adapting the memoir, which shines a light on a little-known illness called postpartum psychosis.


Writing warriors

Jan Martin Scharf and Arne Nolting look back on their 20-year writing partnership and discuss the making of their latest collaboration, Netflix’s German historical epic Barbaren (Barbarians).

In production

Sher thing

Film and television producer Stacey Sher opens up about her 30-year career in Hollywood, working with Quentin Tarantino and how FX political drama Mrs America was brought to the screen.

The Director’s Chair

Hatching Chicks

Writer and director Eduard Oganesyan speaks to DQ about Chicks, a Russian drama in which four fearless women fight for independence in a provincial town that is dominated by men.

In production

Smooth sailing

Buccaneer Media joint CEOs Tony Wood and Richard Tulk-Hart tell DQ about the creative ethos behind the Marcella producer, with contributions from writers Irvine Welsh, Julie Wassmer and Hans Rosenfeldt.


Tell me more

Based on Julia Navarro’s novel, Spanish drama Dime Quién Soy (Tell Me Who I Am) charts one woman’s extraordinary journey though some of the 20th century’s most notable moments. Creator José Manuel Lorenzo and director Eduard Cortés tell DQ about making the series.


Inside man

Star Wars actor John Boyega discusses taking the lead in Red, White & Blue, the third film in Steve McQueen’s Small Axe anthology, which tells the true story of a young black man who joins the police to combat racist attitudes from within.

Ones to Watch

Series to Watch: December 2020

DQ checks out the upcoming schedules to pick out 10 new dramas to watch this December, from  a Stephen King adaptation and a Bryan Cranston-led thriller to two epic Spanish historical dramas.


Mob rule

The Sopranos and Boardwalk Empire writer Terence Winter joins producers Sherry Marsh and Chris Albrecht to talk about their upcoming project Tokyo Underworld, based on the true story of an American soldier who becomes a gangland leader in post-Second World War Japan.


Russia’s Reasons

257 Reasons to Live stars Polina Maksimova and Egor Koreshkov and creator Alexey Lyapichev tell DQ about this Russian dramedy in which a terminal cancer patient looks to complete her extensive bucket list.


Double trouble

Virginie Brac, creator and writer of French drama Cheyenne & Lola, and director Eshref Reybouck reveal the influences behind this story of two women who form a ruthless duo on a mission to take on the criminal underworld.

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