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  • Dariusz Jablonski talks Eastern European copro The Pleasure Principle
    Dariusz Jablonski talks Eastern European copro The Pleasure Principle

    THE C21 INTERVIEW: Dariusz Jablonski discusses The Pleasure Principle, a crime drama set in Warsaw, Prague and Odessa, coproduced by the director’s Apple Film for Canal+ Poland, Czech TV and Star Media in Ukraine, with Germany’s Beta Film distributing.

  • Anders August talks Danish drama’s transformation and Follow the Money
    Anders August talks Danish drama’s transformation and Follow the Money

    THE C21 INTERVIEW: Screenwriter Anders August discusses the way in which the Danish television landscape has changed during his career and what inspired him to create financial crime drama Follow the Money, which has run to three seasons for local public broadcaster DR.

  • Tonya Lewis Lee on She’s Gotta Have It, diversity and representation
    Tonya Lewis Lee on She’s Gotta Have It, diversity and representation

    THE C21 INTERVIEW: Producer Tonya Lewis Lee talks about her Netflix series adaptation of husband Spike Lee’s classic movie She’s Gotta Have It and the challenges facing those trying to break into the industry today, in terms of programme rights, diversity and representation.

  • Martin Michaud talks Victor Lessard, Henning Mankel and Montreal
    Martin Michaud talks Victor Lessard, Henning Mankel and Montreal

    THE C21 INTERVIEW: Martin Michaud, creator of French-Canadian crime drama Victor Lessard and the novels it’s based on, discusses his approach to writing both, as well as being inspired by Henning Mankel and making the city of Montreal a character in his stories. ZDF Enterprises is distributing his Quebec-set series globally.

  • Nigel Williams on his new Sky-HBO drama Catherine the Great and working with Helen Mirren twice
    Nigel Williams on his new Sky-HBO drama Catherine the Great and working with Helen Mirren twice

    THE C21 INTERVIEW: Novelist, screenwriter and playwright Nigel Williams discusses his new Sky-HBO four-part miniseries Catherine the Great, starring Helen Mirren as Russia’s longest serving female ruler and produced by Origin Pictures and New Pictures. The scribe also touches on his recent TV adaptation of Umberto Eco’s The Name of the Rose for Italian public broadcaster Rai.

  • Rai drama chief Eleanora Andretta on Medici, The Name of the Rose and My Brilliant Friend
    Rai drama chief Eleanora Andretta on Medici, The Name of the Rose and My Brilliant Friend

    THE C21 INTERVIEW: Eleanora Andretta, head of drama at Rai, talks about the Italian public broadcaster’s increasing emphasis on coproductions with international appeal, including series such as Dustin Hoffman-and Richard Madden-starring Medici, its recent TV adaptation of Umberto Eco’s The Name of the Rose and inaugural HBO US non-English-language drama My Brilliant Friend.

  • TV2 Denmark’s Pernille Bech Christensen talks Seaside Hotel success and debut int’l copro DNA
    TV2 Denmark’s Pernille Bech Christensen talks Seaside Hotel success and debut int’l copro DNA

    THE C21 INTERVIEW: Pernille Bech Christensen, commissioning editor at TV2 in Denmark, discusses the pubic broadcaster’s efforts to step up its presence on the global stage with popular home-grown drama The Seaside Hotel (Badehotellet) and debut international copro DNA, starring Charlotte Rampling and Anders W Berthelsen.

  • Indigo Film co-founder Carlotta Calori discusses the Italian filmmaker’s move into TV
    Indigo Film co-founder Carlotta Calori discusses the Italian filmmaker’s move into TV

    THE C21 INTERVIEW: Italy’s Oscar-winning Indigo Film, famed for producing the movies of Paolo Sorrentino, made its television debut this year with a series for Rai Uno called The Swan Company (La Compagnia del Cigno) and a local adaptation of All3Media drama Liar (Non Mentire). Co-founder Carlotta Calori talks about the move.

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