Jonathan Cavendish - Details


Since the mid-80s, as joint managing director of Little Bird, Jonathan Cavendish has served as producer on many feature films including "Gangster No 1" (1999), directed by Paul McGuigan and starring Malcolm McDowell and Paul Bettany; "Ordinary Decent Criminal" (1999), starring Kevin Spacey, Linda Fiorentino, Peter Mullan and directed by Thaddeus O'Sullivan; "Croupier" (1997), starring Clive Owen and directed by Mike Hodges; "Nothing Personal" (1995), directed by Thaddeus O'Sullivan and starring James Frain and Ian Hart, the film won a Best Actor Award for Ian Hart at the Venice Film Festival; "Into The West" (1992), directed by Mike Newell and starring Ellen Barkin and Gabriel Byrne, the film won Best European Film at six international film festivals; and "December Bride" (1989), directed by Thaddeus O'Sullivan and starring Donal McCann and Saskia Reeves, which won 17 international awards including the Special Jury Prize at the European Film Awards.

Cavendish has also produced or executive produced several features and series for television which include most recently "Dirty Tricks" (2000) for Carlton Television, starring Martin Clunes; "All For Love" (1998), a television film directed by Harry Hook and starring Anna Friel, Miranda Richardson and Richard E Grant; "The Writing On The Wall" (1996), a television series starring Dennis Haysbert and W H Macy; "The Hanging Gale" (1994), a television series starring The McGann Brothers and Michael Kitchen, which was nominated for four BAFTA awards including Best Serial; and "In The Border Country", a television film starring Juliet Stevenson and Sean Bean, which won the Best Film Award at the Chicago Film Festival and Best Film at the BANFF TV Festival.