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Documentary

Duncan Cowles Takes a Hilarious Self-Depricating Journey Into Millenial Malaise in Series ‘Scary Adult Things’

Documentarian Duncan Cowles talks 'Scary Adult Things' and transitioning his signature comedic style from short film to a long-form series.

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Live Action

How Lenny Abrahamson Transformed Sally Rooney’s Best Selling Novel Into the Record-Breaking TV Event of the Year

Lenny Abrahamson digs deep into TV series 'Normal People', from working with an Intimacy Coordinator for the first time to making subtle stories resonate.

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Article

How to Direct Your First TV Drama (And Nail it!)

William McGregor, director on 'Misfits', 'Poldark' & the forthcoming BBC miniseries 'One of Us' shares everything you need to know about directing TV Drama.

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Live Action

The Walking Dead: Episode 1

Zombies, zombies, bloody zombies. We really should be sick of the sight of them. The most annoying thing about them is that regardless of how many zombie films

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Live Action

Shane Meadows, Saviour of British TV

Call it fate, call it sods law, call it bad luck, call it whatever you like, but sometimes the decisions we make can be all about timing. Having lived with a

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News

The Walking Dead

Despite being urged by practically all my comic loving friends for years to check it out, I only got round to reading Robert Kirkman’s The Walking Dead

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Live Action

Seeing Red

I’ve never been a big fan of TV, especially TV drama, I usually find it pales in comparison to film in all aspects of production. So when it comes to the

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Live Action

Paddy’s Day

Paddy Considine stuck in my head the very first time I saw him in Shane Meadow’s A Room for Romeo Brass and by the time he put in a terrifying

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Live Action

Riding High

If you would have said to me at the start of 2009, that by March, the best new film I’d have seen so far this year was screened straight onto Channel 4, I

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