Category: JOB DESCRIPTION
Laura Smith speaks to DQ about working with writer and director Hugh Laurie to create the 1930s costumes for the characters in BritBox’s adaptation of Agatha Christie mystery Why Didn’t They Ask Evans?.
Composer brothers Rupert and Harry Gregson-Williams discuss their work together on HBO period drama The Gilded Age and reveal how they sought a modern sound for a story set in 1880s New York.
Bob Shaw takes DQ into the world of HBO’s The Gilded Age and reveals how his own interest in US history helped him build the world of Downton Abbey creator Julian Fellowes’ latest period drama.
Iain Macaulay tells DQ about his work as costume designer on Agatha Raisin as the series, about the titular amateur sleuth, returns for a fourth season.
Emmy-nominated VFX supervisor Justin Mitchell breaks down his work on The Nevers, HBO’s fantasy drama set in Victorian London, and explains how new technology will shape television production for years to come.
Sinéad Kidao, the costume designer on The Pursuit of Love, reveals how she worked with writer and director Emily Mortimer to create the interwar style of this comedic drama based on Nancy Mitford’s novel.
Ahead of the British Academy Television Craft Awards next week, nominees in the scripted casting category tell DQ about their work identifying and hiring actors for drama series including Small Axe, Sex Education and Baghdad Central.
Juliet Martin and Maggie Phillips discuss working as music supervisors on BBC and Hulu sensation Normal People, explaining how music can enhance drama and highlighting some of their favourite tracks.
Intimacy coordinator Vanessa Coffey discusses her role working on television series and how it has changed during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Paul Biddiss gives DQ an insight into the role that has seen him work on series such as War & Peace, Catherine the Great, Taboo and Strike Back.