“Rare breed”: Fleabag wins two Broadcast Awards!

3 February 2017

Fleabag has been named Best Multichannel Programme and Best Original Programme at the Broadcast Awards 2017.

In the Original Programme Category, the judges described the series as a “rare breed”. They went on to say “The Two Brothers series was also a shining example of how to open up a theatrical piece for TV. Many strands of Waller-Bridge’s monologue survived the transition thanks to her conspiratorial pieces to camera, often in her character’s most intimate moments, but the story arc was brilliantly opened up by a compelling structure anchored by career-best performances from Olivia Colman, Bill Patterson and Hugh Dennis.”

The judges also noted the significance of Fleabag‘s conception on the online-only BBC Three. “A fresh new talent with a unique voice has exploded onto our screens”.  Another judge praised the series for being “bold and unapologetically frank, with modern moral dilemmas dealt with to tragicomic perfection”.

Star and writer of the series Phoebe Waller-Bridge was accompanied to the awards by the show’s executive producers Harry and Jack Williams, director Harry Bradbeer, producer Lydia Hampson, the theatre show’s director Vicky Jones, and Claire Evans and Sarah Hampson from Two Brothers Pictures.




Ben Chaplin and Aidan Gillen star in ‘LSD’

16 January 2017

Our latest comedy short When Cary Grant Introduced Timothy Leary to LSD will broadcast on 9th February 2017 as part of the Sky Arts Urban Myths series. The short will star Ben Chaplin (Mad Dogs, The Thin Red Line) and Aidan Gillen (Game of Thrones, The Wire).

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Photograph by Lou Boileau

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Photograph by Lou Boileau


Announcement: When Cary Grant Introduced Timothy Leary to LSD

2 December 2016

We’re delighted to announce our upcoming comedy short When Cary Grant Introduced Timothy Leary to LSD for Sky Arts’ ‘Playhouse Presents’ series. Shooting has already been completed on the one-off TV play, which tells the fictional historical account of Hollywood Golden-age star Cary Grant and LSD advocate Dr. Timothy Leary meeting on the set of Hitchcock’s North by Northwest.

Written by EMMY award winner Roger Drew (VEEP, The Thick of It) and Ed Dyson (My Family, Man Stroke Woman), When Cary Grant Introduced Timothy Leary to LSD follows the two men on a whimsical hallucinogenic ‘trip’ through psychological space and time, as they visit past, present and future memories.

When Cary Grant Introduced Timothy Leary to LSD is directed by Geoffrey Sax and produced by Sarah Hammond.

Read more about our other shows here.


Cary Grant in the iconic crop-duster scene in North by Northwest

Filming begins on Liar

28 November 2016

Production has begun on Two Brothers Pictures’ newest drama Liar this month. The six-part ITV drama, written by Harry and Jack Williams, is being shot on location in the south of England.

Liar, which stars acclaimed actors Joanne Froggatt and Ioan Gruffudd, explores the devastating cost of deceit on both the couple and their friends and family, as secrets and lies are laid bare.

New thriller White Dragon announced for ITV

13 October 2016

Two Brothers Pictures are thrilled to announce their new conspiracy thriller, White Dragon, written by screenwriting newcomers Mark Denton and Jonny Stockwood, for ITV. Commissioned by ITV Head of Drama, Polly Hill, the eight part series will be filmed during in 2017, on location in Asia.
White Dragon follows Professor Jonah Mulray, whose life is turned upside-down when his wife, Megan, is killed in a car-crash in Hong Kong. Although she lived and worked there half the year, Jonah’s never been. He lives a small, sheltered life, and his fear of flying has kept him in London. But now he has no choice but to cross the ocean to identify the body of the woman he loved. Not long after arriving in Hong Kong, Jonah makes a shocking discovery about his wife.
Harry and Jack Williams commented: “We’re delighted to be bringing Mark and Jonny’s incredible debut series to life. Their writing is rich and intelligent and combines a narratively taut thriller with a characterful emotional journey that we hope will draw audiences in.”
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