Film editor/director and producer Graeme Clifford started out as a film editor for the British and Canadian broadcasting companies. In 1969, he became an assistant editor and second assistant director on That Cold Day in the Park for Robert Altman. He continued working with Altman as a casting director and assistant director on McCabe and Mrs. Miller. He then edited Images(1972). Among the most famous films he has edited is the Rocky Horror Picture Show (1975). In 1982 he directed his first film Frances, a biography of actress Frances Farmer.