Natalia Bruschtein is an award-winning director and screenwriter from Argentina. She is best known for her work with the critically acclaimed films The Headless Woman (2008) and The Lighthouse (2014).
Natalia was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina in 1971. She attended the University of Buenos Aires, where she studied film and television. After graduating, she went on to work as a freelance director for various television shows, commercials, and documentaries.
In 2008, Natalia made her first feature-length film, The Headless Woman. It was a critically acclaimed drama that focused on a woman who, after a car accident, begins to experience memory loss, leaving her unable to remember her identity. The film was a success and was nominated for numerous awards, including the Grand Jury Prize at the Cannes Film Festival.
In 2011, Natalia wrote and directed her second feature film, The Lighthouse. The film was a drama about an elderly man who is struggling with the death of his wife and the pressures of his family. The film was well-received by critics and won the Best Movie award at the Argentinean Film Critics Association.
In addition to her feature films, Natalia has also directed short films, music videos, and television commercials. She has also directed films for organizations such as the United Nations and Amnesty International.
Natalia is currently working on her third feature film, which she is writing and directing. She is also working on a television series for HBO.
Natalia is a passionate director who is dedicated to telling stories that explore the complexities of human nature. Her work has been praised for its humanity and its ability to capture the beauty and tragedy of life. Natalia Bruschtein is a director whose work is sure to continue to inspire audiences around the world.