Natasha Austin-Green is an award-winning director. Her practise fuses her love for both documentary techniques and the artistic freedom of experimental and arthouse filmmaking.
She has directed two short films, At The End Of The Tunnel and Dead. Tissue. Love. Both films aim to challenge societal taboos by exploring subjects from the perspective of individuals at the forefront of these ideas. In 2018, Natasha collaborated with the University of the Underground and BFI on a performance art piece for Artnight.
Natasha’s second film, Dead. Tissue. Love has garnered international recognition, screening at SXSW, Ann Arbor Film Festival, AFI Docs and Aesthetica Short Film Festival. The film has won three awards (Best Experimental Short Award, BFI Future Film/Best Short Documentary Award, Nòt Film Fest/Jury Award for Best Documentary Short, Nonplussed Film Festival). It has been described as “Subtly Suggestive… Gently Disturbing” in a review by The Telegraph.
Dead. Tissue. Love toured around the UK as part of The Final Girls programme, We Are The Weirdos. Where it screened at Film4 Film Fear, Sitges Film Festival and Encounter, a BAFTA & OSCAR affiliated short film festival. It has screened at other BAFTA recognised festivals, London Short Film Festival and Underwire Film Festival. In 2019, Dead. Tissue. Love had its online premiere on Short of The Week.
In 2020, Natasha was nominated for The Arts Foundation Future Award in Experimental Short Film, where she was one of four finalists. As part of the award, Natasha presented her at an event at LSFF, The New Experimentalists.
Currently, Natasha is in production on her third short film, Mödor Natal.