|Full Name Sarah Radclyffe|
Role Film producer
Name Sarah Radclyffe
|Years active 1979-presents|
|Born November 14, 1950 (age 65) (1950-11-14) |
Spouse William Penton Godfrey (m. 1996)
Children Callum Godfrey, Sam Godfrey
Nominations European Film Award for Best Film, Independent Spirit Award for Best Foreign Film, AACTA Award for Best Film
Movies My Beautiful Laundrette, Les Miserables, Caravaggio, The War Zone, Paperhouse
Similar People Tim Bevan, Stephen Frears, Chris Menges, Noel Pearson, Rafael Yglesias
Organizations founded Working Title Films
Sarah Radclyffe (born 14 November 1950), sometimes credited as Sarah Radcliffe, is a British film producer.
She began working as associative producer in the late 1970s on such films as The Tempest by Derek Jarman.
From 1983 to 1984 she worked on the series The Comic Strip Presents and in 1984 she founded the production company Working Title Films together with partner Tim Bevan. That company's first major production was the Stephen Frears film My Beautiful Laundrette in 1985. Most notable films with Sarah Radclyffe as executive producer were Caravaggio (1986), Wish You Were Here (1987), Sammy and Rosie Get Laid (1988), A World Apart (1988), Edward II (1991), Sirens (1994), Second Best, Les Misérables (1998), The Lost Son (1999) and The War Zone (1999) for which she was nominated for the European Film Award. She was also executive producer of Cirque du Freak: The Vampire's Assistant which was released in 2009.
She has been married to William Penton Godfrey since 1996 and has two sons, Sam and Callum.
Radclyffe is a trustee of the children's arts charity Anno's Africa.