Filmmaker / Director
Natasha Austin-Green is an award winning director, who takes unique character perspectives to create highly immersive filmic experiences. Her style 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 those subjects from the perspective of the characters at the forefront of these ideas.
Natasha’s latest work, Dead. Tissue. Love has garnered international recognition, screening at SXSW, Ann Arbor Film Festival and Encounters. The film won an award for Best Experimental Short at BFI Future Film Festival. It has been described as “Subtly Suggestive… Gently Disturbing” in a review by The Telegraph.
Dead. Tissue. Love has also 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 has screened at Encounter, a BAFTA & OSCAR affiliated short film festival. Most recently it has screened at other BAFTA recognised festivals, London Short Film Festival and Underwire Film Festival.
Currently, Natasha is working on her first feature length film, entitled I’ve Been Hiding Here For So Long. A poetic character documentary, celebrating the creative and power of the human mind through the looking glass of Dissociative Identity Disorder.