Nik Powell: the producer trade

Nik Powell, a British producer, was received in Bordeaux on Friday March, 9 and in Paris on Monday March 12, 2018.

In the early 1970s, Nik Powell created Virgin Records with Richard Branson, and within a decade the duo turned it into a multi-million pounds conglomerate.

In 1982, he created with Stephen Woolley, Palace Video, followed by Palace Pictures, then Palace Productions, which quickly established themselves in the field of film production and distribution, such as Company of Wolves of Neil Jordan or Mona Lisa of Michael Caton-Jones.

The new company of Nik Powell and Stephen Woolley, Scala, produced Backbeat from Iain Softley, The Neon Bible of Terence Davies, Twentyfour Seven of Shane Meadows, Little of Mark Herman, Last Orders of Fred Schepisis, Ladies in 1996 – Calendar Girl of Charles Dance.