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Marc Jobst United Kingdom

The light, the smell, the big skies of Africa run through my veins. I was born in Zimbabwe. It gave me the first sounds and senses to our beautiful world. Dad was a cattle rancher, Mum a painter.

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DAREDEVIL  (Charlie Cox, Rosario Dawson, Jon Bernthal. Marvel Studios, Netflix)

“The best episode yet” (DenofGeek); “Masterful” (Collider); “Beautiful”  (AV Club);  “A thoughtful, adrenaline-filled showdown between Daredevil (Charlie Cox) and Punisher (Jon Bernthal) featuring a pulse-pounding test of Daredevil’s moral code and freakin’ amazing final fight sequence” (IGN) 

HANNIBAL  (Mads Mikkelson, Laurence Fishburne, Hugh Dancy, Gillian Anderson. NBC)

“Aperitivo” progresses in the deliberate, rapturous manner that distinguishes all of Hannibal's very best episodes. You're not aware of plot as you watch it, but of the moods that are conjured by the reliably astonishing visuals. (Slant Magazine)

CRIMINAL JUSTICE  (Maxine Peake, Matthew MacFadyen, Eddie Marsan, Sophie Okonedo.  BBC)

‘British drama at its best” (The Telegraph). ‘Best Drama, Best Actress in a Leading Role, Best Screenplay, probably Best Direction, as well: they’re all going Criminal Justice’s way.’ (The Times); 

SLEEP WITH ME  (Adrian Lester, Anamaria Marinca, Jodhi May. Clerkenwell Films)

‘Incredibly gripping. Exceptional in its subtlety, elegance and vitality.’  (Independent); 

‘For genuine eroticism, Sleep with Me shows how to do it. This intelligent psychological thriller understood that eroticism isn’t necessarily about heaving buttocks or multiple orgasms’.  (Arts Desk)

TIN STAR (Tim Roth, Christina Hendricks, Genevieve O’Reilly. Kudos/Sky Atlantic/Amazon Prime)

Nominated, Broadcast Digital Awards 2018, Best Drama; Nominated, Broadcast Awards 2017, Best Drama Series or Serial; Nominated, Edinburgh TV Festival 2018, Best International Drama

THE WITCHER (Henry Cavill, Lars Mikkelson. Netflix)

“The fight scenes in The Witcher make Game of Thrones fights look like two drunks fighting outside a bar”

CASE HISTORIES  (Jason Isaacs, Phil Davis, Amanda Abbington, Zawe Ashton.  Ruby Films, BBC)

‘A superb piece of work, skillfully telling the various storylines of a complex novel. Moodily filmed, gripping and intriguing. Excellent.’ (Heat); 

‘Ranks right up there as one of the best crime shows to come out of Britain’ (DVDReview) 

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