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Jim Clay previously collaborated with The Debt director John Madden as production designer on Captain Corelli’s Mandolin.
He has notably worked with Jon Amiel on several features, including Queen of Hearts, Copycat, and Tune in Tomorrow…This followed their teaming on the classic miniseries The Singing Detective, which earned Mr. Clay a Royal Television Society Award and a BAFTA Award nomination. He subsequently won a BAFTA Award for his work on Adrian Shergold’s miniseries Christabel.
His other feature credits as production designer include Alfonso Curarón’s Children of Men, for which he was honored with a BAFTA Award as well as an Art Directors Guild Award nomination; Neil Jordan’s Oscar-winning The Crying Game; Richard Curtis’ Love Actually; two U.K.-set films for Woody Allen, You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger and Match Point; Rian Johnson’s The Brothers Bloom; Richard Eyre’s Stage Beauty; Atom Egoyan’s Felicia’s Journey; Martha Fiennes’ Onegin; Pat O’Connor’s Circle of Friends; James Dearden’s A Kiss Before Dying; Mikael Håfström’s Shanghai; William Boyd’s The Trench; John Roberts’ War of the Buttons; and Paul and Chris Weitz’ About a Boy.