CARMELA IANDOLI is now Editing the second series of Clique, made by Balloon Entertainment for the BBC. Created by Skins writer Jess Brittain, the new episodes again involve student life in Edinburgh and is being directed by Andrew Cumming and Robert Mckillop.
JOHN BLACKWELL is currently editing the latest series of Death in Paradise, working with director Stewart Svaasand. Red Planet Pictures long running show is filmed on the Caribbean Island of Guadeloupe.
Designer STEPHEN CAMPBELL has recently started back on the second series of Clique which shoots in Edinburgh in April. The 6 episodes are being directed by Andrew Cumming and Robert Mckillop for Balloon Entertainment and the BBC, with Neil Duncan in the producer's chair.
Editor DAN CRINNION is at present cutting the third series of Carnival's The Last Kingdom, again teaming up with director Jon East. And fellow editor JORIS BROUWERS will soon be joining the production to cut with director Jan Mattys with whom he has edited on several productions both over here and in Belgium.
Having recently finished cutting ITV's Vera, DAVID FISHER is now editing the first block of the new series of Doctor Who in Cardiff. David is working with director Jamie Childs with Nikki Wilson in the producer's chair.
The White Princess, the follow up to the historical drama The White Queen, will air on the Drama Channel from Saturday 18 November at 9pm. Production designer WILL HUGHES-JONES designed its eight episodes, working with director Jamie Payne.
PHILIP KLOSS is now editing A Discovery of Witches, working with director Alice Troughton in South Wales. The series is the first major production from Jane Tranter and Julie Gardner's company Bad Wolf. The eight parter for Sky is based on the All Souls Trilogy by Deborah Harkness.
Editor WILLIAM OSWALD has recently started to cut Good Omens, an adaptation of the bestselling comic novel by Terry Pratchett and Neil Gaiman. The six episodes have been written by Neil Gaiman for BBC One and Amazon and star David Tennant and Michael Sheen.
Congratulations to edItor MARK HERMIDA! The film he recently cut, Anna and the Apocalypse, has won the Jury Prize for Best Picture in the Midnight Xtreme Category at Sitges. The film is a High School Zombie Musical directed by John McPhail and shot in Scotland.