Category: IN FOCUS
Stars Joanne Froggatt, Michiel Huisman and Samuel Adewunmi join executive producer Sarah Hammond and director Craig Viveiros to discuss Angela Black, ITV’s psychological thriller about woman whose ‘perfect’ life isn’t all it seems.
Stand-up comic Kitty Flanagan tells DQ how her dream to make a TV series came true with the award-winning Fisk, which follows a solicitor as she deals with grieving relatives and warring siblings in a wills and probate office.
Head writer Freddy Syborn and executive producer Sally Woodward Gentle preview six-part thriller Ragdoll, in which a killer taunts the police officers hunting him by revealing the names of his next targets.
Sisi showrunner Andreas Gutzeit, director Sven Bohse and executive producer Hauke Barthel tell DQ about their ambitions to retell “Europe’s greatest love story” for modern audiences.
Writer Ashley Pharoah, director Steve Barron and executive producers Simon Crawford Collins and Lionel Uzan recall their journey together in making Around the World in 80 Days, starring David Tennant as Phileas Fogg.
As filming nears completion on BBC drama Sherwood, writer James Graham and executive producer Juliette Howell explain how this six-part series analyses the state of a nation through a crime thriller set in a northern mining village.
Writer Sarah Solemani joins executive producer Nicola Shindler and director Lisa Mulcahy to tell DQ how they uncovered a little-known part of British history in four-part drama Ridley Road, in which a young woman goes undercover to combat fascism in 1960s London.
Israeli drama Manayek won multiple awards this year for its story of a veteran cop working a police corruption case in which his best friend is the prime suspect. Writer Roy Iddan and producer Yoav Gross reveal how they made it.
Hollington Drive star Anna Maxwell-Martin, writer Sophie Petzal, director Carolina Giammetta and executive producer Jonathan Fisher reveal why this darkly funny story of two sisters is more than a mystery about a missing child.
The Vampires of Midland creator Alexey Akimov and Daria Bondarenko, exec VP of sales and acquisitions for Russian streamer Start, take DQ inside this gothic story of an ordinary family harbouring a dark secret.
Star Giulia Dragotto and writer and director Niccolò Ammaniti tell DQ about making Italian dystopian drama Anna, in which the title character survives in a world where people only live until the age of 14.
Writer Jack Thorne and stars Jodie Comer and Stephen Graham reveal how they prepared for Help, Channel 4’s hard-hitting feature-length drama about the devastating impact of Covid-19 on a care home.
Filmmaker Kaan Müjdeci and producer Kanat Doğramaci speak to DQ about Turkish fantasy drama Hamlet, a contemporary take on William Shakespeare’s play that follows a young woman out to avenge her father’s murder.
Land of Legends producer Darya Lavrova and director Anton Megerdichev take DQ inside the making of this Russian series that combines historical drama with fantasy.
DQ takes a deep dive with the team behind the BBC’s claustrophobic submarine thriller Vigil to find out how they created this unique police drama, built the show’s expansive set and overcame a global pandemic.
As Britannia returns for a third season, DQ hears from its production, costume and hair and make-up designers to find out how they create the look of this anarchic historical drama.
Reetur (Traitor) star Tambet Tuisk and writer Martin Algus tell DQ about making Estonia’s first espionage series, which is rooted in real-life spy scandals involving the Eastern European country.
Star Nicola Walker and the cast and crew behind Annika reveal the show’s journey from radio drama to TV series and discuss how the title character breaks the fourth wall to create a unique relationship with viewers.
Writer Choi Ran and chief producer Lee Kyungsun tell DQ about Mouse, a South Korean thriller in which the lives of two detectives change after an encounter with the ruthless serial killer they have been chasing.