Articles about And Then There Were None
Screenwriter Sarah Phelps tells DQ how she is reinventing Agatha Christie for a new audience, first with And Then There Were None and now with two-part drama The Witness for the Prosecution.
Writer Sarah Phelps reunites with Mammoth Screen and Agatha Christie Productions to adapt another classic Christie novel. Michael Pickard finds out more about The Witness for the Prosecution.
Acorn is providing a platform for international scripted series to break into the US, while Lifetime unveils plans for a news series based on Bette Midler’s classic 1980s movie Beaches.
And Then There Were None is Agatha Christie’s seminal murder mystery – but just how was this story of 10 strangers stranded on an isolated island brought to the screen?
The BBC has become a drama powerhouse by nurturing its relationships with great writers. Here we look at some of the talent the UK pubcaster will be working with in 2016.
The international drama community gathered at the BFI on London’s South Bank for three days of screenings, panel sessions, case studies and awards. Michael Pickard looks back on C21 Media’s International Drama Summit, part of Content London.
Agatha Christie Ltd CEO Hilary Strong explains why adaptations of the celebrated author’s stories, which remain popular across the world, will keep on coming.
Sarah Phelps, who has just adapted Agatha Christie’s And Then There Were None for BBC1, is equally at home writing an episode of soap EastEnders or reworking literary classics like Great Expectations. She tells DQ how she goes about her business.
Television executives from around the world are heading to Cannes for the annual Mipcom market – but what will be the major talking points? A+E Networks’ Joel Denton offers Michael Pickard his insight.