Nigel Stafford-Clark, producer of Atlantic Entertainment Group's "STORMY MONDAY," was head of production for the Moving Picture Company for six years until his recent move to Zenith Productions. Educated at Felsted and Trinity College at Cambridge, Stafford-Clark worked in advertising and documentaries until becoming a film and television commercials producer.
In 1981, he developed a Program Department for the Moving Picture Company, and has since been responsible for the television program output that has made MPC one of Channel 4's most important independent suppliers.
Stafford-Clark went on to produce a number of films for Channel 4's distinguished Film on Four slot including Peter Wollen and Laura Mulvey's "The Bad Sister," Kurt Weill's "Down In The Valley" (which was also shown on the PBS Network's "Great Performances" in 1984), Ian McEwan's "Last Day of Summer" and Mike Figgis's "The House."
In 1984/85, Stafford-Clark produced MPC's first two feature films, "Parker," starring Bryan Brown and Cherie Lunghi and directed by Jim Goddard, and "The Assam Garden," which marked the triumphant return to the big screen of Deborah Kerr after an absence of 15 years ."Parker" was selected to represent the UK at the 1985 Berlin Film Festival and is now in international distribution and "The Assam Garden" played for six months in London's West End after receiving ecstatic reviews.
Stafford-Clark commissioned the original script of "Stormy Monday" from Mike Figgis, and currently has several other features in development.
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