As a person originally coming from theoretical background, I’ve always admired how film is capable to reflect on things that can’t be verbalized. My artistic goal is to reveal via cinema the patterns one wouldn’t ever see with the naked eye.
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Natalya is a Russian-Jewish filmmaker based in San Francisco. She is currently an MFA candidate at San Francisco State University where she directs films and teaches courses on filmmaking. 
During the past six years, Natalya has directed experimental  and narrative shorts, produced several multimedia exhibitions, edited international cinema section at SEANCE film journal and watched lots of spectacular movies. Her documentary project - Forest Voices screened at several documentary festivals in Russia and her last experimental short RACE has just been selected for San Francisco Film Finals. Natalya's main filmmaking interests revolve around social justice documentaries and kids' stories.
Official selection
Your Number's Up
San Francisco State University
San Francisco
2018
Student award 2018
Your Number's Up
Berkeley Film Foundation
Berkeley
2018
Official selection
RACE
Back to School Special
Westerville
2018
Official Selection
RACE
San Francisco Film Finals
San Francisco
2018
Official selection
Missing
F3: Frankly Film Festival
Piqua
2018
College
San Francisco State University
Cinema
2016Present
College
New York University
Cinema
20142015
Birth Date
September 11, 1982
Birth City
St. Petersburg
Current City
San Francisco
Hometown
New York
Gender
Female
As a person originally coming from theoretical background, I’ve always admired how film is capable to reflect on things that can’t be verbalized. My artistic goal is to reveal via cinema the patterns one wouldn’t ever see with the naked eye.
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