Nicola FLETCHER – music supervisor

Nicola Fletcher’s big break into music supervision was Guy Ritchie and Matthew Vaughn’s Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels and since then she’s worked on more than 35 features including That Good Night, John Hurt’s final film.

Other credits include Mark Murphy’s The Comedian’s Guide to Survival; Serotonin Film’s Comedown; Love Bite directed by Andy De Emmony for Ecosse Films;  Studio Eight’s Shadows In The Sun; Shoreline Entertainment’s Hollywood Flies, David Bailey’s The Intruder, based on Brooke Leimas’s best selling novel; on J. K. Amalou’s Hard Men for 20th Century Fox; Lionsgate’s Keith Lemon: The Film; Horsepower Film’s Tube Tales; 20th Century Fox’s Best Laid Plans, starring Reese Witherspoon; Orthodox for Archface Films; and The Real Howard Spitz directed by Vadim Jean for Metrodome Films.

Nicola has also worked on many European and Israeli features including Who’s Gonna Love Me Now; Mr Gaga; Pathé Pictures Last Passenger; May I Kill You for Munich’s Palatin Media.

As a youngster she never stayed very long in one place because her father a Captain in the British Army was regularly posted to different countries but she did finally finish her schooling in London. Before going onto arts college she spent a year working in Saudi Arabia then Germany before marrying and having her first child. She and her husband eventually moved onto Libya and Nigeria before settling in London.

She joined John Bird and Gordon Roderick in setting up The Big Issue which led to her moving into photojournalism covering among others assignments the delivery of food to orphanages in Russia and in Bosnia the effect of war on displaced persons.  She later worked at Brass Hat, a London based film investment company. Whilst there she headed the development and acquisitions department and was content editor of The Investors Cut, a quarterly magazine sent to investors, containing financial updates, investor screenings, festival news etc.

After attending a Raindance screenwriting course she decided to develop another side to her career alongside music supervision and now has several scripts in development with UK producers.