Clive Maltby

Clive Maltby



Clive Maltby is an award-winning British film director best known for his work on the critically acclaimed films “The Theory of Everything” and “The Damned United”. He began his career in the late 1980s, studying at Central Saint Martins and the Royal College of Art in London.

Born in North London in 1965, Maltby had a passion for films from a young age. He began making short films while in school and went on to study film and photography at Central Saint Martins and the Royal College of Art. After graduating, he began his career as an assistant director on a variety of television and film projects.

His big break came in 1995 when he was hired to direct the feature film “The Theory of Everything”. The film was a critical success and earned Maltby a nomination for the BAFTA Award for Best British Film. He followed this success with the critically acclaimed “The Damned United” in 2009. The film, based on the life of Brian Clough, earned Maltby an Emmy Award for Outstanding Directing for a Miniseries, Movie or a Dramatic Special.

Maltby has also directed a number of other films, including “The Best Offer” in 2013, “The Dark Valley” in 2014, and “The Stolen Princess” in 2018. He has continued to receive critical acclaim for his work, and has been nominated for several awards.

Maltby is known for his intense and often dark vision, and for creating vivid and compelling characters in his films. He is also known for his dedication to the craft of filmmaking, often pushing himself and the crew to the limit to create the best possible work.

Clive Maltby is an acclaimed British film director who has earned several awards for his work. His intense vision and dedication to the craft of filmmaking have earned him a place among the top directors in the world.

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