Natalia Andreadis



NOMINATED: Shorts up to 15 min


MOVIE: How Can I Forget



BIOGRAFIA:

A Masters graduate from the Sorbonne in Paris, Natalia first worked in post-production for 6 years. She debuts with the multi-awarded short-movie “Without” (2010). In 2011, Natalia was chosen to be a collaborating director on Ridley’s Scott’s “Life in a Day”, and her short film “A Doll’s Life” won several awards in 2012. She currently directs commercials, while developing her first feature film. Natalia won the Arri ALEXA Challenge with her short script “How Can I Forget” a fresh and original musical flavored with some “loving paranormal activity” and this year she comes back to MIFF Awards nominated for Best Int’l Short 0-15 category.


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