New Sky drama to film in Manchester
A new drama for Sky is setting up to film in Manchester.
Curfew is from writer Simon Donald, who is best known for his icy drama Fortitude, the third and final series of which is due to begin production early next year.
Plot details are under wraps for Curfew, a contemporary drama that started its development life as a feature film.
Tiger Aspect is the production company behind the show – Production Intelligence subscribers can log in for more details including the shoot dates and the name of the producer.
Sky has ramped up its original drama commissioning in recent years with titles such as Delicious, Tin Star and Jamestown. In April the broadcaster announced a £250m multi-year co-production deal with HBO to develop a new drama slate.
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