PHILIP KLOSS has just started editing a glossy new series set in the world of fashion in 1947 Paris. The Collection's eight episodes are for Amazon UK, France TV and BBC Worldwide with Dearbhla Walsh directing the first block.
WILL BARTON is working on Snapdragon Production's tour of Toast by Richard Bean. The play will tour the UK from 4 February before playing at 59E59 Theatres in New York as part of the Brits Off Broadway season. Will also appeared in the production when it first ran at the Park Theatre in 2014.
Editor MIKE PHILLIPS has just begun work on the BBC's Poldark, reuniting him with director Richard Senior. The first series was very well received and this year the producer is Margaret Mitchell for Mammoth Screen.
ELEN PIERCE LEWIS has recently started to cut Marcella, a new 8 part ITV series produced by Andrew Woodhead, with the first block directed by Jonathan Teplitzky.
Congratulations to Elen for her nomination for an RTS Award for Drama Editing on Marvellous which aired on BBC Two in September 2014.
NICHOLAS GERARD-MARTIN is currently touring abroad with the Royal Shakespeare Company's King & Country season, which comprises productions of Henry V, Henry IV Parts 1 & 2 and Richard II. The tour will visit Beijing, Shanghai and Hong Kong before arriving at New York's BAM at the end of March.
Editor STEVE SINGLETON is cutting the third series of The Fall. He won a BAFTA for Best Editing on the first series and was nominated again last year. The series stars Gillian Anderson and Jamie Dornan and shoots in Belfast.
Steve recently finished cutting Dickensian with director Mark Brozel. The new series, produced by David Boulter, was made by Red Planet.
JESSICA BAGLOW can be seen in Pericles at the Sam Wanamaker Playhouse at Shakespeare's Globe until 22 April. Dominic Dromgoole is directing her in the role of Marina in one of his last productions as the Globe's Artistic Director. Jessica will also be appearing in The Winter's Tale at the theatre from 4 February until 22 April, directed by Michael Longhurst.
MARCUS GRIFFITHS in rehearsals for a season of plays with the Royal Shakespeare Company which will include Hamlet, Cymbeline and King Lear. The plays will run in Stratford-upon-Avon with Hamlet opening the season on 22 March. Cymbeline and King Lear will also get a London run when they transfer to the Barbican in November.
TOM BROWN has flown back out to Cambodia to continue work as Designer on First They Killed My Father: A Daughter Of Cambodia Remembers, which is being directed by Anglelina Jolie. The film is based on Loung Ung's book about her suffering under the Khmer Rouge regime.