BODYGUARD for Best Drama Series | Tina Pawlik, Co-Producer
A VERY ENGLISH SCANDAL for Best Mini-Series and Best Sound | Alistair Crocker, Production Sound Mixer
THE LONG SONG for Best Director and Best Costume Design | Roopesh Parekh, Producer
KIRI for Best Mini-Series | Nigel Albermaniche, Production Sound Mixer
SAVE ME for Best Drama Series | Liz West, Script Supervisor
Fingers crossed for 12th May!!
In cinemas this month…
WILD ROSE – Rose-Lynn Harlan is bursting with raw talent, charisma and cheek. Fresh out of jail and with two young kids, all she wants is to get out of Glasgow and make it as a country singer in Nashville. Forced to face her responsibilities and take a cleaning job, she finds an unlikely champion in the middle-class lady of the house.
Featuring Julie Walters, Jessie Buckley, Sophie Okonedo
Director: Tom Harper
Producer: Faye Ward
Make-Up & Hair Designer - Jody Williams
RED JOAN – An unremarkable little old lady, tending shrubs in her suburban garden, is arrested for treason. Based on a real-life case, this story takes us back to Joan’s university days in the 1930s, being employed as a British civil servant and then successfully transferring nuclear bomb secrets to the KGB.
Featuring Judi Dench, Sophie Cookson, Tom Hughes
Director: Trevor Nunn
Producer: David Parfitt
1st Assistant Director - Cordelia Hardy
On TV this month…
KILLING EVE – The smash-hit riveting psychosexual thriller returns. The opening episode deftly picks up 30 seconds after the finale episode for season one with Eve having just stabbed Villanelle and is now fleeing Villanelle’s Paris apartment building. In less than two minutes there’s subterfuge, streaks of blood, paranoia, and a phone that rings ominously….the scene is set for the games and chase to continue, but whom is chasing who?
Featuring Jodie Comer, Sandra Oh, Fiona Shaw
Directors: Damon Thomas, Lisa Bruhlmann, Francesca Gregorini Series
Producers: Elinor Day Producers: Andy Noble, Morenike Williams
Costume Designer - Charlotte Mitchell
THE DURRELLS – This final series follows the Durrells’ remaining time on the island of Corfu as their idyllic lives are interrupted by the outbreak of World War Two. How will they cope with the pressures this brings and will the romance between widow Louisa Durrell and Greek taxi driver Spiro blossom or even survive?
Featuring Keeley Hawes, Josh O’Connor, Callum Woodhouse
Directors: Roger Goldby, Steve Barron
Producer: Chris Hall
Production Designer – Julian Fullalove
JAMESTOWN – Set in 17th Century Virginia, the settlers in the British colony of Jamestown are bound together in their resolute will to survive and thrive. With trade booming and the tobacco farms established, the settlers’ pioneering aspiration soon clashes with reality as they begin to strive for more than new lives – now they crave control and power. The flourishing community creates new tensions between the English and the Pamunkey, and with politics rife in the air, the idealism of the New World is tested. As Yeardley’s thirst for power grows, can he handle the consequences? And how far will Opechancanough go to protect his native land?
Featuring Sophie Rundle, Burn Gorman, Jason Flemyng
Directors: Jon East, Bill Gallagher
Producer: Lis Steel
Costume Designer - Sharon Gilham