Category: IN FOCUS
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.
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.
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.
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.
Halina Reijn, one of the stars of Dutch series Red Light, and directors Wouter Bouvijn and Anke Blondé speak to DQ about making the thriller, in which three women are drawn together through the dark world of prostitution.
Sky Deutschland embraces Germany’s roots in cinematic horror with Hausen, a haunted house story in which the inhabitants of a dilapidated tower block face their own fears – and something even more sinister lurking behind the walls.
It’s a Sin creator and writer Russell T Davies and executive producer Nicola Shindler discuss making the five-part series, which charts the joys and heartbreaks of four friends during the 1980s.
Writer Roman Kantor and actor Kirill Käro tell DQ about Netflix Russian original To the Lake, a sci-fi thriller about a group of people who risk their lives – and humanity – when a terrifying plague threatens to end civilisation.
The creative team behind Swedish true crime drama Jakten på en mördare (Hunt for a Killer) reveal how they sought to dramatise the story of the murder of a 10-year-old girl and the 15-year investigation that finally caught her killer.
New animation technology brings together live performance and CGI in The Liberator, a Netflix miniseries that recalls the gruelling, real-life mission of a group of World War Two soldiers known as the Thunderbirds.
Executive producer Jane Tranter and writer Jack Thorne explain why the second season of Philip Pullman adaptation His Dark Materials has a different feel from the first and discuss the pitfalls of bringing the beloved book trilogy to the screen.
Writer Kayleigh Llewellyn and director Lucy Forbes reflect on their Bafta-winning series In My Skin, a coming-of-age drama about a teenage girl living a double life as she tries to hide her chaotic family situation from her friends.
Dark secrets are unearthed in The Sister, from Luther creator Neil Cross, who joins stars including Russell Tovey to speak about making the series and adapting his own novel for television.
Star Tom Welling and co-showrunner Jeff Most open up about explosive action-thriller series Professionals, which is set against a backdrop of international espionage and a 21st century space race.
Stars Priscilla Quintana and Oliver Dench join executive producers Mark A Altman, Thomas P Vitale and Chris Philip to discuss the return of sci-fi thriller Pandora, in which a woman questions whether she is Earth’s saviour or its destroyer.
Creator Kristen Dunphy and executive producer Jason Burrows discuss overcoming the challenges of making Australian drama Wakefield, which explore the fine line between sanity and madness with a complex story set in a psychiatric hospital.
The real-life police officers who inspired Danish drama Efterforskningen (The Investigation) and German series Das Geheimnis des Totenwaldes (Dark Woods) tell DQ about seeing themselves and their work on the small screen.
Stars Hugh Laurie, Helen McCrory and Pippa Bennett-Warner join writer David Hare to discuss his four-part miniseries Roadkill, about a shameless politician pursuing his ambitions while others plot to bring him down.
Filmmaker Michelle Latimer and executive producer Jennifer Kawaja tell DQ about bringing Canadian supernatural drama Trickster to the screen and discuss the importance of Indigenous storytelling.