The BBC has commissioned Dear England, a new drama series about Gareth Southgate and the England men’s football team, based on James Graham’s (Sherwood, The Way, Quiz) smash hit National Theatre play of the same name. Joseph Fiennes (The Handmaid’s Tale, Shakespeare in Love) will star as Gareth Southgate. Rupert Goold (Judy, King Charles III, The Hollow Crown), who directed Dear England on stage
NFTS Joins Forces With ‘The Crown’ And ‘Who Is Erin Carter?’ Producer Left Bank Pictures Launch New UK Writers Development Programme For Under-Represented Voices
In a concerted effort to promote a more inclusive and diverse British film and television industry, the National Film and Television School (NFTS) is proud to announce the launch of an exceptional new UK writers development programme, in partnership with Left Bank Pictures.
Kicking off from March 2024, the newly formed NFTS Diverse Writers Development Programme will select six up and coming UK
Paramount+ has today announced casting for its UK original drama series INSOMNIA, an adaptation of the novel of the same name by bestselling author Sarah Pinborough, which will debut exclusively on Paramount+ in the UK in 2024.
Leading the cast and also serving as Executive Producer on the series is Vicky McClure (Line of Duty, Trigger Point, This Is England) as successful career woman Emma
Sian McWilliams, currently Executive Producer for a wide slate of programmes at Left Bank Pictures, including upcoming Without Sin for ITV X and The F*ck It Bucket for Netflix, is stepping up to become Creative Director for the company from 1st January 2023.
The role will oversee the whole slate of Left Bank programmes with a view to develop new projects, find exciting new talent and
Andy Harries: "What a tragedy his passing is. Stephen was a beautiful man and incredibly talented. He poured everything into his screenplay for Sitting in Limbo and rightly won the BAFTA for his deeply personal story of his half brother Anthony Bryans attempt to be accepted as a British citizen amidst the Windrush scandal.
It was a privilege to work with him. He poured his emotions into a
The Fuck It Bucket (8x45’). When Mia Polanco (a 17 year old London girl with more wits than is good for her) is released from hospital after a lengthy battle with anorexia nervosa, she is thrust back into the fizzingly chaotic world of sixth form. Only to find that her friends have been spending her recovery time acquiring knowledge and experiences she herself has never known. Suddenly confronted
The Crown won seven awards at the 2021 Emmys. These were for Drama Series, Lead Actress in a Drama Series (Olivia Colman), Lead Actor in a Drama Series (Josh O'Connor), Supporting Actress in a Drama Series (Gillian Anderson), Supporting Actor in a Drama Series (Tobias Menzies), Directing for a Drama Series (Jessica Hobbs) and Writing for a Drama Series (Peter Morgan).