Articles about See-Saw Films
Set in Victorian England, The Essex Serpent tells the story of a woman’s search for a mythical creature. Costume designer Jane Petrie talks about finding the show’s style and dressing stars Claire Danes and Tom Hiddleston.
The cast and crew of The North Water reveal their perilous experience filming scenes in the Arctic for this story of an 1850s whaling expedition, written and directed by Andrew Haigh.
Samantha Strauss, creator and writer of The End, and executive producers Rachel Gardner and Jamie Laurenson discuss the Australian drama about three generations of the same family dealing with matters of life and death.
Shortform series State of the Union stars Rosamund Pike and Chris O’Dowd as a couple who meet in a pub before their weekly marital therapy sessions. Writer Nick Hornby and See-Saw Films’ Hakan Kousetta and Jamie Laurenson discuss making the drama.
Procedural series were once the bread and butter of US broadcast networks. But international buyers are finding them harder to come by amid the appetite for increasingly serialised storytelling. DQ examines the future of the story-of-the-week format.
Go behind the scenes on Top of the Lake: China Girl, which sees Nicole Kidman and Gwendoline Christie join director Jane Campion and star Elisabeth Moss for the sequel to the 2013 original crime mystery.
The biggest hit at this year’s Cannes Film Festival wasn’t a film at all. Now, ahead of the show’s television debut, Top of the Lake: China Girl producer Emile Sherman tells DQ about reuniting with writer Jane Campion.