Natasha Kermani is a writer and director in LA/NY, and the co-founder of Illium Pictures.
Natasha’s credits includes science-fiction feature film Imitation Girl (acquired by Epic Pictures as a part of their inaugural Dread Central Presents slate), starring Lauren Ashley Carter. Short form work includes Lewis Black’s web series The Mentors (for which she won Best Director at the NYC Web Fest), and commercial content for clients including NYDJ, CNN, Microsoft, Redken, Vision Research, Cole Haan, and Third Love. Kermani was also the director for The Wkshp (2013-2015), a non-profit workshop that focused on scene work and rehearsal techniques for NYC based actors, writers and directors. A graduate of NYU’s Film & Television Program, Natasha is a member of the Film Fatales LA chapter. Outside film and television, Natasha is a violinist and composer who enjoys playing live shows with local bands and ensembles. Natasha’s Iranian-American heritage, her interest in female-led stories, and her love of science fiction all converge in her work - a lyrical exploration of how we experience the world around us.
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