Natasha Waugh has, to date, directed five short films (Food Fight, Running Commentary, Lag, Terminal and Mother) and co-directed another (The Betrayal). The films have enjoyed much success on the festival circuit.
Terminal, inspired by the women affected by the 8th amendment, has gone on to critical acclaim, winning a number of awards and receiving several prestigious nominations, including Best Short Film at the 2017 Irish Film & Television Academy Awards (IFTAs).
Natasha co-directed The Betrayal (2016), with filmmaker Kamila Dydyna. The film, which examines domestic violence, and sexual identity issues, premiered at GAZE International LGBT Film Festival 2016.
In April 2017, Natasha collaborated with Julie Ryan, producer of The Young Offenders Movie, and directed a pilot for a new series for RTÉ.
Natasha was chosen to direct a short film – Mother – which was funded by Galway Film Centre and RTE and was mentored by Emmy winning director, Dearbhla Walsh. The film premiered at the 30th Galway Film Fleadh 2018.
Natasha has been the shadow director for Can’t Cope Won’t Cope season 2 for which she shadowed Imogen Murphy. Most recently she was the shadow director on Sky’s Britannia season 2 in London, under director Lisa James Larsson.Book to work with Natasha