Articles about Drama Republic
First-time screenwriter Sara Collins reveals how she was persuaded to adapt her novel The Confessions of Frannie Langton for streamer ITVX and explains why the four-part miniseries isn’t your average period drama.
Writer-director Hugo Blick opens up about his latest drama, Emily Blunt-led series The English, how he sought to reimagine the Western genre and why he compares himself and Blunt to John Lennon and Paul McCartney.
Us director Geoffrey Sax tells DQ how the BBC drama was filmed across Europe to tell the story of a family on the verge of splitting up as they embark on one final holiday together.
Dinner parties will never be the same after BBC drama Doctor Foster became the surprise hit of 2015. DQ hears from stars Suranne Jones and Bertie Carvel plus writer Mike Bartlett about what season two holds in store.
The talking point in TV circles continues to be whether we are at the point of ‘peak drama’ and, if so, how long it can last – but shouldn’t we just enjoy this golden age?
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.
As David Nicholls novel Us gets the TV makeover treatment, Andy Fry reflects on the news of a long-overdue female-serial-killer show in the works at ITV, plus a slew of WW2 drama success stories across Europe.
With the explosion in digital platforms, a sharp rise in investment and more varied content than ever, it’s certainly an exciting time to be working in the drama industry. But where does drama go from here – and what challenges is the new landscape throwing up?