Natalia Andreadis is a London-based film and commercials director. 

Originally from Paris, she studied her craft at the Sorbonne, under great film theorists such as Charles Tesson, editor-in-chief of the 'Cahiers du Cinema'. She graduated with a Masters in 2006, and followed on with a course in film production at NYU. She began her professional career working for celebrated producer Dan Halsted ('Garden State', 'Nixon') before becoming an Apple-certified editor in 2008, and working in post-production for 6 years.

Her directorial short film debut, "Without", entered festival markets in 2010, winning multiple awards. It was picked up for distribution, screening in over 150 cinemas. In 2011, Natalia was a collaborating director on the feature documentary event "Life in a Day", and she has since spent a few years directing branded content. 

n 2019, Natalia won the Arri ALEXA Challenge with her short fiction project "How Can I Forget". The completed film began its festival run in July 2020 and has screened at two dozen festivals so far, including BAFTA- and Oscar-qualifiers, winning several awards along the way.


Natalia has an abundance of vision and tenacity. Her imagination teems with creative energy. She has a good eye, an original intelligence and is not scared to take chances. Her vision makes her a talent worth nurturing, and I, for one, will be following her career path closely."

Graham Leader

Oscar-nominated producer

Many filmmakers who would entertain thoughts of taking on a film concept beyond realism would stand to gain immensely from her work. It left us wanting more."

Zero Film Festival

Rich Hooban, Founder

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