Articles about Eccho Rights
Writer and director Lisa Linnertorp joins star Matilda Källström and producer Helena Larand to discuss the making of Swedish series Threesome, which focuses on the troubled relationship between a Swedish couple living in London.
Swedish crime writer Camilla Läckberg tells DQ about writing her first television series, Lyckoviken, in which a police officer is drawn into a murder investigation after returning to her home town.
Swedish star Josephine Bornebusch speaks to DQ about her acting career, branching out behind the scenes, creating dramedy Love Me and how she juggles her multiple roles on set.
The true story of a heroic diplomat’s actions in the face of General Pinochet’s Chilean revolution forms the bases for Finnish period drama Invisible Heroes. Writer Tarja Kylmä and YLE executive Liselott Forsman tell DQ about developing the series.
Ali Bilgin, the director of Turkish drama Ufak Tefek Cinayetler (Stiletto Vendetta), tells DQ about steering the Star TV series about revenge and rivalry between four old school friends.
The stars of Turkish drama Phi tell DQ about this landmark series, which tells the story of a celebrity psychologist whose erratic behaviour impacts on many people’s lives when he becomes besotted with a dancer.
Turkish stars Kerem Bursin and Leyla Lydia Tugutlu introduce DQ to Heart of the City, the ATV drama about a man who finds love as he attempts to confront his past.
Sky Deutschland’s latest scripted commission, Eight Days, is part of a heavyweight investment in original drama designed to combat competition from Netflix and Amazon.
As Mipcom 2016 gets under way, Amazon has secured rights to the Deutschland 83 sequel and Eccho Rights is hoping to emulate its Turkish formats success with Indian drama titles.
Despite Turkey’s current difficulties, the country’s TV drama continues to be in demand. A deal between Eccho Rights and Ay Yapim is the highlight in the run-up to Mipcom 2016.
Now that MipTV 2016 has come to an end, DQ editor Michael Pickard looks back on a week where drama continued to reign supreme – and Netflix was again among the major talking points.
It’s been a good week for the scripted format business, with House being remade in Russia and other format deals in Italy and the Netherlands. Amazon, Netflix and HBO have also ordered series, while Turkish drama is off to a strong start at MipTV.
Fox opts to visit Gotham once again despite the Batman prequel’s modest ratings, AMC calls for more Saul and Italian mobsters head to the US thanks to SundanceTV.
New Tricks has been a quietly successful performer for the BBC for several years now – so why is the pubcaster axing it? And could The Astronaut Wives Club, despite its average performance, spark a trend of female-focused period pieces?
Spearheaded by Ottoman Empire-set shows such as Magnificent Century, Turkish drama is enjoying something of a renaissance.