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29/11/2001

DGP MAKES DRAMA EASY TO 'SWALLOW'

DGP have announced that they have completed post-production work on the forthcoming drama ‘Swallow’.
The three-part production about love and addiction stars Steven Mackintosh. Written by Tony Marchant, the drama was produced by Box TV for Channel 4.
Senior Editor Robbie Hartwell, who had worked previously with director Adrian Shergold on the BAFTA-nominated ‘Births Marriages and Deaths’, carried out the online edit and finishing using Smoke. The conform and small fixes were also completed on Smoke.
Producer Lynn Horsford commented: “Swallow has been a very successful project. The whole post process was very smooth, and Robbie was tremendous to work with. He was very helpful throughout, and willingly took on extra work to sort out some last-minute errors.”
Swallow is due to start transmission on Wednesday December 5 2001.
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