Nathan Robert Blackburn is an award-winning film director known for his unique visual style and storytelling. Born in Pittsburgh, PA Nathan grew up surrounded by artists, and from a young age, he was captivated by the magic of movies.
After studying film at The New York Film Academy, Nathan began his career as a director, working on short films and music videos. It wasn't long before he caught the attention of Hollywood, and his work was soon featured at The Sundance Film Festival, BET, Live Nation, and in MovieMaker Magazine.
Nathan's first feature film, “Ascot Alley,” won The Silver Ace Award at the Las Vegas Film Festival. The film was praised for its inventive imagery and heartfelt story, earning Nathan critical acclaim and a loyal following of fans.
Since then, Nathan has directed a number of other acclaimed films, including “Nothing in the Dark,” “Tu le Monde,” and the television pilot “Track Shack.” His films have been praised for their stunning scope, emotional depth, and powerful performances.
In addition to his work as a director, Nathan is also a passionate advocate for emerging filmmakers, and he is involved in various mentorship and educational programs aimed at supporting the next generation of storytellers through his organization, the East Bay Film Society.
New York Film Academy
High School
North Myrtle Beach High School
Birth Date
August 31, 1985
Birth City
Pittsburgh, PA
Current City
San Francisco, CA
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Zodiac Sign
“Cinema should matter to your life.” - Martin Scorsese
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