Riveting international drama series THE A WORD will premiere for American audiences on Wed., Jul. 13 at 10/9c on SundanceTV.
Khalil stakes out Georges’ gym and sees Mokhtar in the doorway. Naomi meets with her diamond-hunting team, which includes her ex-husband Michael Farnborough.
RECTIFY writer Coleman Herbert joined the writing team on Season 2 Episode 1. Currently in the midst of working on Season 4, Herbert took a moment away from production to answer some questions on his own writing rituals and his thoughts on the final season.
By May 12, 1916, the rebellion long squashed, trials and executions of Irish republican leadership have been carried out for ten days to growing outrage.
On the third day of fighting, rebels still hold isolated positions as more British soldiers arrive to crush them.
Electronic musician Clark, who scored THE LAST PANTHERS and whose albums are released by Warp Records, talks about his latest collaboration with director Johan Renck and Warp Films, his process for turning the score into a standalone solo record, and his favorite track on the album.
REBELLION premiered last night on the hundredth anniversary of Ireland’s Easter Rising, with new episodes of the mini-series airing tonight at 9/8c on SundanceTV. If you’re not caught up, you can watch it online now at sundance.tv. Meanwhile, critics are pointing viewers toward the “clear-eyed” series for its “beauty and power”.
REBELLION Director Aku Louhimies discusses discusses his “Scandinavian” approach to directing and how his nationality worked to his advantage.
On the brink of WWI, Elizabeth Butler (Charlie Murphy), May Lacy (Sarah Greene) and Frances O’Flaherty (Ruth Bradley) perform a musical at a Dublin theatre. A bell later tolls, signaling that Britain is at war.
Ian McElhinney (“Game of Thrones,” “Michael Collins”) discusses his character’s conservative bent and his on-screen marriage to Dolly (Michelle Fairley).
Khalil’s leads a police raid at Les Agnettes, a disreputable housing development in Marseille.
REBELLION’s Michelle Fairley (“Philomena,” “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1″) discusses her character’s take on marriage and parenting.
THE LAST PANTHERS has drummed up critical acclaim leading up to, and following, its series premiere from Vulture, The A.V. Club, The Hollywood Reporter… If you’re not caught up, you can watch the premiere episode online now at sundance.tv.
Series premiere or season finale or somewhere in between? Which episode do HAP AND LEONARD fans like best?
Andrew Simpson (“Song for a Raggy Boy,” “Perrier’s Bounty,” “Notes on a Scandal”) discusses playing a character that isn’t always likeable and getting emotional while making REBELLION.
Actors Olivier Rabourdin (who was nominated for a Cesar award as best supporting actor for his work in Of Gods and Men) and Kamel Labroudi (who costarred previously with his THE LAST PANTHERS cast mate Tahar Rahim in the Oscar-nominated A Prophet) took some time on-set to discuss their roles in SundanceTV’s new miniseries. THE LAST PANTHERS airs Wednesdays at 10/9c.
REBELLION Producer Catherine Magee discusses why trying to make 2015 look like 1916 made her want to cry at times and the pride she felt shooting at a former Irish prison.
When the HAP AND LEONARD cast isn’t dodging alligators and stray bullets, they deliver some great interviews on everything from playing a Texan to preparing for their roles. Click on the actor’s name to read the full Q&A. James Purefoy (Hap) on shooting the action-packed series: “It felt like we were shooting a six-hour movie.…
Sarah Greene (“Penny Dreadful,” “Burnt,” “The Assets”) discusses why she should wouldn’t be friends with her character, May Lacy.
THE LAST PANTHERS executive producer Peter Carlton discusses journalist Jerome Pierrat’s involvement in the show, the surprising reaction they received when pitching THE LAST PANTHERS, and how they were efficiently able to move 35 cars in Marseille for a shoot.
In Marseille, France, former Pink Panther member Milan Celik (Goran Bogdan) robs a jewelry store with accomplices Borisav and Rajko.
The global television event will launch in the United States on SundanceTV on Wed., June 1 at 10/9c, and in Australia on ABC and ABC iview on Thu., June 2 at 9.30pm.
As we approach the 100th anniversary of Ireland’s Easter Rising, brush up on that historic week with Colin Teevan’s non-fiction and fiction book recommendations.
THE LAST PANTHERS co-creator Jérôme Pierrat discusses where the idea for the miniseries originated, his fascination with the real-life Pink Panthers, and why he wants to understand the “bad guys.”
Brian Gleeson (“Stonemouth,” “Darkness on the Edge of Town,” “Snow White and the Huntsman”) discusses playing a man ahead of his time and the complicated relationship his character Jimmy has with his brother Arthur (Barry Ward).