Minkie Spiro and Charlotte Stoudt are re-teaming. The pair are following up their collaboration on FX’s Emmy-winning sequence “Fosse/Verdon” by adapting Kate Summerscale’s e-book “The Haunting of Alma Fielding” right into a TV sequence for New Photos. Deadline broke the news.
Revealed in 2020 and named a E-book of the 12 months by the Sunday Instances, the Instances, Each day Telegraph, New Statesman, and extra, the e-book revisits a real ghost story. “In 1938, younger housewife Alma Fielding begins to expertise supernatural occasions in her suburban dwelling. Objects shatter, vanish, or take flight, assaulting Fielding and her household. Reporters see it with their very own eyes. It’s not possible however it’s occurring. And Alma appears to be on the heart,” the supply summarizes. “Jewish-Hungarian refugee Nandor Fodor investigates the occasions, decided to determine if it’s a hoax, a ghost, or Alma’s unconscious thoughts wrestling with a buried secret within the shadow of rising fascism throughout Europe.”
“The Haunting of Alma Fielding” was shortlisted for the Baillie Gifford Prize, a prestigious annual British e-book prize for the perfect non-fiction writing within the English language.
Spiro directed one episode of “Fosse/Verdon” and Stoudt served as a author and co-executive producer on the drama about director-choreographer Bob Fosse and actress-dancer Gwen Verdon. Spiro obtained a DGA nomination for Excellent Directorial Achievement in Films for Tv and Restricted Sequence for her work on the sequence and Stoudt scored an Emmy nod for Excellent Restricted Sequence.
Spiro’s different credit embody “The Plot In opposition to America,” “Lifeless to Me,” and “Jessica Jones.”
Stoudt has written for “Homeland” and “Home of Playing cards.”
Spiro and Stoudt are additionally working collectively on “Items of Her,” an upcoming Netflix thriller a couple of random act of violence that units off an surprising chain of occasions. Toni Collette stars within the sequence, which Spiro is directing and Stoudt is serving as showrunner on.