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Nathalie Boltt Nathalie Boltt - Biography
Nathalie Boltt is a co-founder of Rodrigo Films.
Her onscreen experiences on such projects as Golden Globe winner, District 9; award-winning BBC series, Inspector George Gently; top daily drama, Isidingo -The Need (Endemol SA); hit drama series Step Dave (South Pacific Pictures); and TVNZ tele-features Siege, Kawa and Bloodlines (for which she received an AFTA Best Supporting Actress nomination) and Route Thirty Three (Best Actress - Wild Rose Film Festival) have contributed greatly to her skills as a writer and director.
Her short film The Silk, was selected for 14 international film festival selections, including the prestigious AFI-affiliated Dallas International Film Festival and won 8 awards including Best Short Film (Honolulu FA, Rockport FF, Oregon Film Awards, Macon FF, Green Bay and Annapolis) Best Acting and Best Cinematography.
The Silk, which Nathalie directed was also screened as part of the 2013 Show Me Shorts film festival in New Zealand and was selected as an art installation at the esteemed Westport Arts Centre.
Nathalie recently completed the feature film script for Holy Days, based on the novel by New Zealand icon, Joy Cowley, which she aims to direct. Her latest short film, the highly anticipated 'Vajazzle' is scheduled for release in 2015. Nathalie's directing debut, Run Rabbit, received a special mention in Peter Jackson and Barrie Osborne's 'My Big Break' Competition.
Nathalie researched and wrote 2 documentary scripts; 'Desert Lake Venture I & II' for National Geographic and story-lined and wrote several episodes of hit comedies Font (SABC1) and Coconuts (MNet), award-winning drama, Hard Copy (SABC3), youth show, CrazE (eTV) and kids comedy, Emu (BBC / TVNZ).
She is also a voice artist, best known as the character of DottyWot in the acclaimed animated children's series The WotWots and voice work on Peter Jackson's The Hobbit.
Nathalie is an acting coach and teaches drama. She has a Bachelor of Arts degree in drama and journalism from Rhodes University in South Africa, where she grew up. She is based in Wellington New Zealand.
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