Kurti & Doyle

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Kurti & Doyle are a British scriptwriting team comprising Richard Kurti and Bev Doyle. Their work in independent British cinema led to a two-year writing contract with US studio Miramax. Following this they moved into television writing, starting with a three-part adaptation of Robert Louis Stevenson’s novel Kidnapped, for BBC One.

They have also written for the BBC One's Robin Hood (2006) and two episodes of ITV1's Primeval (2007). Their two part BBC Sherlock Holmes drama Sherlock Holmes and the Baker Street Irregulars was produced by Andy Rowley for RDF Media (kids) and screened on BBC One in March 2007. They also wrote the two-part adaptation of Terry Pratchett's novel Going Postal for Sky 1 HD, and were scriptwriters on the Tandem Communications/Syfy co-production The Lost Future, an action adventure TV movie set in a future that suffers from genetic regression. Feature films in development include a live-action version of Rudyard Kipling’s The Jungle Book for Pathé Films.

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