Films

Nat recently wrote and directed WYRDOES, with backing from Film4, Film London and The British Arts Council. It’s a comedy feminist interpretation of ‘Macbeth’ and will be part of the Shakespeare Lives worldwide tour, screening to an audience of 500 million people.

Nat wrote and starred in ISLAND QUEEN, which was nominated for a BAFTA in 2014 and is currently playing around the world, in countries and on Virgin Atlantic.

My favourite, an excellent, laidback piece” Peter Bradshaw, The Guardian BAFTA’s round-up.

Nat wrote and starred in THREE WOMEN WAIT FOR DEATH, which was developed and financed with Creative England, Big Talk Films and Babycow.

Nat has adapted Helen Cross’ fantastic novel SPILT MILK BLACK COFFEE into a feature film for Mighty Atom Entertainment.

Nat has also starred in several other short films – PVT CRAINE, BATTLECOCK and SEBASTIAN AND THEM.

FILM AWARDS

Nominee Best Short Film: BAFTA 2014
Winner Best Comedy: European Independent Film Festival
 2013
Official Selection: London Short Film Festival
 2013
Best Comedy: The Smalls Film Festival
 2013
Nominee Best Screenplay, Underwire Film Festival
 2012
Official Selection: LOCO Film Festival
 2012
Official Selection: Aesthetica Short Film Festival
 2012
Nominee Best Comedy: Van d’Or Independent Film Award
 2012
Winner Best Comedy: The Smalls Film Festival 2013
Official Selection: European Independent Film Festival 2013
Official Selection: London Short Film Festival 2013
Honourable Mention: London Comedy Film Festival 2013