Agent: Edward Hughes
Will Clark is a BAFTA-winning director and writer.
Will’s short, The Amazing Trousers, starred Kris Marshall, Alice Eve and David Bamber and was screened at numerous festivals including The BFI London Film Festival and FrightFest.
As well as his work on narrative projects, Will was creative director of Comedy Central and has written and directed dozens of promotional films for Broadcasters such as MTV and Channel 4, where he won a BAFTA for his work on Charlie Brooker’s Dead Set.
Will currently has a number of projects in development for film and TV.
REMOTE CONTROL – Starchild Pictures
Co-written with John Pape.
PRIDE & PREDATOR
Period horror comedy spec.
Co-writer (with Andrew Kemble & John Pape).
THE AMAZING TROUSERS
Comedy horror short starring Kris Marshall, Alice Eve and David Bamber.
Finalist – TCM Classic Shorts Award 2007.
Co-writer (with Andrew Kemble) and director.
UP THE ARTS!
THE QUARTER LIFE CRISIS
Black and white comedy short.
Big Bad World – Objective/Channel 4
Starring Blake Harrison and Sean Walsh.
Dead Set – 4 Creative/E4/Zeppotron
Winner of the BAFTA for Interactive Creative Contribution 2009.
Channel 4 (Comedy) – Faces of Four Trail
Starring Justin Lee Collins and Saxon.
Grand Designs – 2007 Promo
Starring Kevin McCloud.
The IT Crowd – Launch Trail
Starring Richard Ayoade, Chris O’Dowd and Katherine Parkinson.
Big Brother 5 – Launch Promo
BIG BROTHER’S LITTLE BROTHER and BIG BROTHER’S BIG MOUTH – E4 Trails
Starring Russell Brand and Dermot O’Leary.
E4 Music Generic – “Dawn of Man” – Trail
E4 Music Generic – “In 1884 E4 invented Music Tele” – Trail
The Friday Night Project – Launch Promo
Starring Jimmy Carr, Rob Rouse and Lucy Montgomery.
Film Four Comedy – Trail
Starring David Soul.
Film Four’s Rebel Season – Trail
Dirty Sanchez – Title Sequence
MTV Cannabis Week – Trail
Starring Russell Brand.
MTV Great New Shows – Trail
TRL UK – Launch Promo
MTV Top 50 – Trail
Starring Zane Lowe.
After completing a degree at Camberwell College of Art, Will became a promo writer/director at MTV Networks Europe, off the strength of his short film ‘The Quarter Life Crisis’. After three years there, he joined Channel 4’s Creative Services team, writing and directing promos.