Articles about Gurinder Chadha
The award-winning director behind movies such as Bend It Like Beckham and ITV series Beecham House recalls how her first short film, 1989’s I’m British But…, paved the way for the themes and directing style that would shape her career.
Bend It Like Beckham director Gurinder Chadha arrives on ITV with her first longform series, Beecham House. In this DQTV video, she explains why the period drama offers a fresh perspective of the British-Indian relationship.
After starring in Gurinder Chadha’s latest feature film, Viveik Kalra reunites with the writer/director for her new TV series, Beecham House. He tells DQ about the upstairs-downstairs drama, set in India in 1795.
DQ speaks to a number of television directors about their latest work and how their role behind the camera is evolving, from working closely with writers to penning and even acting in the shows themselves.
Gurinder Chadha, director of Beecham House, tells Michael Pickard about changing the perspective of British-Indian stories and her triple role as writer, director and producer.
The Only Way Is Essex co-creator Tony Wood tells Michael Pickard how he tries to push the boundaries of drama, with or without a script.