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.
Designer WILL HUGHES-JONES has recently started on the large scale ten part series for US cable channel TNT, The Alienist. Based on the novel by Caleb Carr, the story is set in New York City in 1896 but shoots in Budapest.
Editor PHILIP KLOSS will soon join Will in Hungary, to cut with directors James Hawes and Jamie Payne.
Don't miss editor PHILIP KLOSS' latest project which goes out on Bank Holiday Monday at 8.30pm on BBC One - A Midsummer Night's Dream as interpreted by Russell T Davies. The sumptuous production is directed by David Kerr and stars Maxine Peake, Nonso Anozie, Matt Lucas and John Hannah.
PHILIP KLOSS will soon be 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.