Category: EDITOR’S NOTE
I May Destroy You writer and star Michaela Coel hailed the work of the show’s intimacy coordinator after picking up two prizes at last night’s Virgin Media British Academy Television Awards 2021, where DQ was on hand to hear from Coel and other winners.
Steve McQueen’s anthology Small Axe took home five awards at this year’s British Academy Television Craft Awards, which also recognised series including I May Destroy You, His Dark Materials and I Hate Suzie.
While Chernobyl became a record-breaker, there were some significant surprises at the Virgin Media Bafta Television Awards 2020, which were held in a Covid-safe form over the weekend. DQ spoke to some of the winners.
Though the ceremony might have been taken place online, there was still plenty to celebrate at 2020’s Bafta Television Craft Awards, especially for the makers of Chernobyl. DQ spoke to some of this year’s winners.
Killing Eve and Patrick Melrose claimed the major drama prizes at the Virgin Media British Academy Television Awards 2019. DQ was backstage to hear from the winners.
A Very English Scandal, Patrick Melrose and Killing Eve were among the shows that won at the British Academy Television Craft Awards 2019. DQ went backstage to speak to some of the winners in the drama categories.
DQ takes a look at 10 of the hottest TV trailers to come out of annual fan fest San Diego Comic-Con, including the latest instalment of Doctor Who and new shows from Netflix, YouTube and DC Universe.
London’s Royal Festival Hall hosted the most prestigious night of the year for British television as prizes were handed out to dramas including Peaky Blinders and Three Girls. DQ went behind the scenes at the Bafta Television Awards 2018.
For one night a year, the cream of the behind-the-scenes talent working in the British television industry is recognised at a star-studded celebration. DQ hears from the winners at the Bafta Television Craft Awards 2018.
The legacy of producer and writer Steven Bochco, who has passed away aged 74, goes far beyond his body of screen work. He changed the way television drama was made – and for that, every viewer today must be truly thankful.
Television held its own at one of the most prestigious film festivals in the world as an array of talent and some stunning new shows landed in Germany for Berlinale’s fourth annual Drama Series Days. DQ was in town to find out more.
As Content London 2017 comes to an end, it’s clear that talent is now in greater demand than ever. But while a host of A-list names attended the three-day event, delegates also learned about a community of new writers with stories ripe for adaptation.
The global nature of the television business was on show at Mipcom in Cannes this week as stars from around the world presented their latest projects. DQ editor Michael Pickard offers his thoughts on a busy week in the South of France.