Articles about OCS
In French coming-of-age comedy Aspergirl, a mother must fight for custody of her son after she discovers she is autistic. Star Nicole Ferroni and screenwriters Judith Godinot and Hadrien Cousin take DQ into the making of the show and explain how they sought to portray autism on screen.
French comedy-drama Toutouyoutou (The Aerobics Project) blends espionage with the keep-fit revolution in 1980s Toulouse. Creators Géraldine de Margerie and Maxime Donzel and director Julien Patry reveal more.
Writers Thibault Valetoux and Frédéric Krivine join director Jean-Philippe Amar to tell DQ about seven-part drama Sentinelles (Soldiers), a series tackling moral and political themes among a group of young French soldiers in Mali.
Cécile Ducrocq, creator and showrunner of French drama L’Opéra, tells DQ why she wanted to take viewers into the world of ballet for this series about ambition, corruption and second chances.
Virginie Brac, creator and writer of French drama Cheyenne & Lola, and director Eshref Reybouck reveal the influences behind this story of two women who form a ruthless duo on a mission to take on the criminal underworld.
Characters lose their privacy – and their clothes – in French drama Nu (Nude), set in a near-future where a new law dictates that everyone must be naked. DQ chats to the show’s cast and creative team about its premise and the real-world issues at its heart.