Articles about Fremantle
Eli Ben-David and Héloïse Godet, the stars of Israeli drama The Attaché, discuss their collaboration in front of and behind the camera on this relationship drama set in the aftermath of a terrorist attack in Paris.
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.
The fall of the Berlin Wall marks the start of the end of the Deutschland trilogy, but star Jonas Nay tells DQ that super-spy Martin Rauch still faces some deadly decisions in Deutschland 89.
Tobias Lindholm, writer and director of Danish real-life drama Efterforskningen (The Investigation), reveals why he wanted to tell the story of the people working to solve the 2017 murder of Swedish journalist Kim Wall.
Showrunner Lucía Puenzo and Fremantle executive producer Christian Vesper tell DQ about making Chilean drama La Jauría (The Pack), one of Amazon Prime Video’s first Latin American original series.
A starry cast lights up the screen in The Luminaries, a BBC and TVNZ coproduction based on Eleanor Catton’s award-winning novel. The author, who has adapted her own work, and director Claire McCarthy tell DQ about transforming the book for television.
The previously untold story of how hundreds of children came to the UK from concentration camps at the end of the Second World War is dramatised in The Windermere Children, a stark and poignant film commissioned to mark the 75th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz.
Known for her frequent Agatha Christie adaptations, writer Sarah Phelps reveals how she transformed Tana French’s Irish crime novels into BBC drama Dublin Murders.