BIOGRAPHY

Natasha Marburger
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Natasha’s first ambition in life was to be a referee for men’s world cup football. Then she wanted to be an acrobat, which would have been slightly problematic for someone with a fear of heights, and after that she was determined to be a magician – all the excitement of fire and illusion. Finally she ended up a Film Producer.

 

Natasha's  first film was 90-minute sci-fi thriller Hotspot (2013) directed by Vitor Vilela. It premiered at the London Independent Film Festival and was distributed online. Her second feature We Too (2019) premiered at the Cannes Film Festival 2019. Natasha is currently in development on supernatural thriller The Lagahoo, which is based on the Caribbean legend of the same name. Please see the FILMS section of this website for more information.

 

Natasha has also produced and associate produced various short films. Shallow (2012), directed by Will Bridges and starring Dan Stevens (Downton Abbey, The Guest), was in competition at the Krakow International Film Festival, Palm Springs Short Film Festival and Short Shorts.

Bleached (2013), directed by Katie Pow and starring Maxim Wrottesley, was part of the Underwire Women’s Film Festival and the London Short Film Festival. Souls (2016), starring Paul Barber (The Full Monty, Only Fools and Horses) and directed by Dan Gage is now on the festival circuit. Please see the FILMS page for more information.

 

Natasha is also the Festival Director for the London Independent Film Festival (LIFF), building worldwide partnerships, liaising with sponsors, working with film-makers, overseeing branding and marketing, running campaigns, connecting with publicists and press, hiring photographers, and more. At LIFF 2020 there were a number of workshops, panels and masterclasses as part of the programme of events. These included a grading masterclass hosted by Twickenham Studios, a film festival panel with various festival directors,  and a film business panel with producer Julie Baines, sales agent Julian Richards from Jinga Films, and Sales agent Gary Phillips from Moviehouse Entertainment. More at www.liff.org and on the LIFF social media pages  @londoniff

 

Natasha is currently also setting up the Los Angeles International Film Festival  (LAIFF) which will run parallel to the AFM and will provide networking opportunities as well as business opportunities to its filmmakers. More information at www.laiff.org and @losangelesiff

 

Natasha also manages events and runs a regular networking events in London. Please see the EVENTS page for more information and sign up to the mailing list for regular updates.

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