In the midst of the worldwide Covid-19 pandemic, two lifelong friends Irene and Winston discuss their hopes and fears during their daily virtual chats. As time ticks on, will the clock finally run down to reveal their true feelings and aspirations for the future?
The promo aims to raise awareness for local charities like Supporting Older People (SOP).
Natasha Marburger came together with Clemens Bros. to Produce Sarastro Productions’ Dress Rehearsal (2014), which the Clemens Bros. directed. The film is about missed opportunities and lost love and was accepted in the Great Lakes International Film Festival 2015.
SHORT FILM - Completed 2012
Natasha was Associate Producer of Sentinel Entertainment’s Shallow (2012) which was written and directed by William Brides and starring Dan Stevens (Downton Abbey, The Guest) and Emily Bruni. Shallow was in the Official Selection/Competition at Palm Springs Short Fest 2013, Krakow International Film Festival 2013 and Short Shorts (Tokyo) 2013. Dan Stevens won the Award for Best Actor at Short Shorts.
Growing up in a small rural farm town in the early 1950's, sixteen- year-old Jimmy Hoffer, and his two siblings do their best to survive poverty and a crumbling family unit.
FEATURE - IN POST-PRODUCTION
A drama about a man who manages his autism through martial arts. The film screened at Cannes 2019.
MUSIC TO DIE FOR
SHORT FILM - COMPLETED 2018
Written by Dee Chilton and directed by Ben Mole, Music To Die For is about the end of the world and what you would do with your final moments. The film stars Angela Dixon (Never Let Go) and Daphne Alexander, and was awarded by the London Screenwriter's Festival in 2018.
Natasha Produced Bleached (2014) as part of KaPow Media Productions. The film was written and directed by Katie Pow and starred Maxim Wrottesley. The film was accepted in the London Short Film Festival 2014.
Natasha was Co-Producer of This Love (2012) Produced by Forward Motion Pictures and Written and Directed by Joseph Warley. The film was accepted into the Cannes Short Film Corner 2012.
SHORT FILM - IN POST-PRODUCTION
A short LGBTQ film as part of Westminster Unison's campaign to raise awareness of diversity and commemorate the 20-year anniversary of the nail bombs in London in Soho, Brick Lane and Brixton.
FEATURE - IN DEVELOPMENT
Supernatural thriller based on a Caribbean legend. The film is a London-based, contemporary film about a shapeshifter who fights for justice in a corrupt society. More info coming soon!
SHORT MUSIC VIDEO - Completed 2016
PRODUCER and WRITER/DIRECTOR
Surreal music video in which a girl wakes up in a graveyard disorientated and desperate to get out. She follows different people but seems to always end up at the beginning, never managing to get closer . The ending reveals that perhaps she shouldn’t have been so eager to catch up with them after all. The film is a mixture of live action and marionette puppetry.
Psychological thriller set in an underround garden. Please contact Maxim Jago for more information:
FEATURE - COMPLETED 2013
Sci-fi thriller written and directed by Vitor Vilela and shot mostly in the UK, with some parts in Rio de Janeiro (Brazil) and Cape Town (South Africa). The film stars Nick Meaney (Titanic, Gone in 60 Seconds), Patrick Alexander, Marco Marfia and Harvey Walsh.
Ewan Clark composed the soundtrack for Hotspot and conducted an orchestra in recording sessions at the Royal College of Music in London. The soundtrack caught the attention of the Auckland Symphonic Orchestra and an 8-minute medley was performed by them to the public in New Zealand.