NARRATIVE STORYTELLING, SHORT DOCS, BRANDED SERIES, TECHNOLOGY
Natasha Kermani is an award-winning Iranian-American filmmaker based in New York and Los Angeles. Her narrative work includes the science fiction feature film Imitation Girl (Lauren Ashley Carter) and Shattered, a family drama (Ray Wise, Molly Burnett). Her short form work includes The Mentors (Best Director, NYC Web Fest), a web series created by comedian Lewis Black, Bereavement (Mark Linn Baker), and 100 Years, which was produced with A&E Digital Studios for the History Channel. A graduate of the NYU Tisch School of the Arts, Kermani is quickly becoming a leading figure amongst young filmmakers in her line of work, having been frequently credited for featured speaking roles at film festivals and popular convergence conferences like TwitchCon, a conference celebrating one of the world's foremost social video platforms. Kermani will be directing a feature for genre label Dread Central Presents in the Spring 2019.
Kermani has directed branded work for THINX, Microsoft, Nike, Redken, Third Love, Tanqueray, and Pepsi, and has been featured on Soul Pancake Vox, Mic, and The Verge.