ScreenStage was established as a production and development company, with a free and wide remit to produce both television and live performance projects that have crossover and/or multi media potential.
ScreenStage has filmed several productions to date, including Matthew Bourne’s 'Nutcracker!' (for BBC One); 'A Day in the Death of Joe Egg' starring Eddie Izzard; 'Vincent in Brixton' by Nicholas Wright and directed for television by Richard Eyre; 'On An Average Day' starring Woody Harrelson and Kyle MacLachlan and 'Three Sisters' starring Kristin Scott Thomas (all for BBC Four).
Current ScreenStage developments include 'Bad Girls The Musical' – a live stage musical based on the drama series, which is being developed and produced in partnership with Shed Productions. ScreenStage is also producing a stage adaptation of the classic film Midnight Cowboy and a new theatre-based factual entertainment series.
Rupert Gavin has had an extensive and varied career in media, retailing, entertainment and communications. Most recently, he spent six years as Chief Executive of BBC Worldwide, responsible for all of the BBC’s commercial consumer activities around the world.
EC/Japan Develop High Speed Networks
The European Commission and Japan have announced four research projects that will seek to develop new technologies for high-speed networks in dense us
Radium Audio Confirmed For Bottle Yard Studios
Radium Audio is confirmed as the latest addition to the community of businesses based at Bristol's Bottle Yard Studios.
The creative audio compa
Canon Releases EOS C100 Mark II
Canon has expanded its Cinema EOS System with the launch of the EOS C100 Mark II.
Building on the EOS C100, the EOS C100 Mark II offers an upgra
tvONE Announces CORIOmax Upgrade
tvONE has announced a new upgrade to its CORIOmax HDBaseT Output Modules.
Now CORIOmaster, CORIOmaster mini, CORIOmatrix and CORIOmatrix mini, w
AVIWEST Launches DMNG PRO App
AVIWEST has launched a new smartphone app for its DMNG PRO video uplink system, used to transmit broadcast signals for breaking news coverage.
Olympusat Telecom Selects Viaccess-Orca's Voyage - TV Everywhere
Olympusat Telecom has chosen Viaccess-Orca's Voyage - TV Everywhere solution to support its OTT multiscreen business-to-business (B2B) service.
Production News - RTÉ Announces Successful Storyland Series
RTÉ Drama and Bord Scannán na hÉireann - the Irish Film Board - have announced the commission of five new original dramas for the new season of Storyl
Artel Appoints VP Finance
Artel Video Systems has appointed Brad Buchholz as vice president of finance.
Mr Buchholz brings more than 30 years of financial management expe
AJA Io Selected For Descendents Documentary
For editorial workflow for new film 'Filmage: The Story of DESCENDENTS/ALL', the directors have turned to AJA's Io XT Thunderbolt-enabled professional
HARMAN's JBL Announces New 5628 Cinema Subwoofer
HARMAN's JBL Professional has announced the new 5628 dual 18-inch cinema subwoofer. 5628 is a front-loaded, vented subwoofer enclosure that houses