MEET THE MAKER
An afternoon with Natasha Pincus
SUNDAY 5 FEBRUARY 2017
2 – 5PM
Tickets $25 + booking fee
If you’re interested in film making, creativity, or just want to know how that Gotye film clip ended up with over 850 million views, this is the afternoon for you!
Natasha Pincus is a Writer and Director with First Class Honours degrees in Law and Science. Her award-winning short films have screened at dozens of international film festivals but Natasha is particularly well regarded for the distinctive music videos she has created for artists including Paul Kelly, Missy Higgins, Sarah Blasko and Powderfinger. Natasha’s iconic video for Gotye’s “Somebody That I Used To Know” has been viewed over 800 million times on YouTube and was awarded the first of Natasha’s back-to-back ARIAs for Best Music Video, and nominated for the MTV VMA for Best Music Video.
Several of Natasha’s feature screenplays have received international recognition including winning the UCLA Screenplay Contest for MIDDLE OF THE AIR and awarded Finalist for the Academy Nicholl Fellowship and inclusion in the esteemed Hollywood Black List for CLIVE. The feature film of Natasha’s screenplay, FELL, premiered In Competition at the Sydney Film Festival, directed by Kasimir Burgess, and her script earned Natasha a nomination for the NSW Premier’s Literary Award for Scriptwriting in 2015. Natasha recently completed a Screen Oz-funded feature screenplay adaptation of true American story THE ELKS CLUB for Revlover films, and co-writing US screenplay THE TWISTED for Ridley Scott’s Scott Free productions. She is currently working on a new US feature film assignment adapting Pulitzer Prize Finalist novel THE SNOW CHILD for Tangerine Entertainment and Lifetime, and PANYEE FC a Thailand Co-Production with Revlover Films.