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 chosen to be a collaborating director on Ridley Scott's "Life in a Day", and her short film "A Doll's Life" won several awards in 2012. 

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n 2019, after a few years directing branded content, Natalia won the Arri ALEXA Challenge with her short fiction script "How Can I Forget". The completed film began its festival run in July 2020 and has already screened at over a dozen festivals so far, including BAFTA- and Oscar-qualifiers.

 
 

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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