Slovenian-born filmmaker and video artist Natasa Prosenc started making short films, videos and installations during her graduate study at the Academy of Fine Arts in Ljubljana. Soon after, her projects started to appear in galleries and festivals around the world and to win awards and grants. At the same time, she was a writer /director / producer for National Slovenian Television
and a correspondent for CNN in Europe.
In 1997, Natasa was granted a Fulbright Scholarship for film studies at CalArts and moved to Los Angeles. She has lived in L.A. since then, with frequent festivals and shows in the U.S., Slovenia and abroad.
She directed many award winning short films, documentaries and commercials. Her first feature film, “Souvenir,” which was produced by her production company Kanalya pictures, is a mystery/thriller about stolen African art. The film was released in April 2009 by Cinema Epoch.
Upon finishing “Souvenir,” Natasa optioned several outstanding screenplays. These projects are in different stages of development.
Along with her video art work, she is currently involved in post production of her second feature film, which is based on
“Plato’s Symposium” and in an international project based on collaboration of 23 filmmakers, all directing different sections
of Plato’s work “Death of Socrates."