Dark comedy about a lonely narcissist who kills a rapist and makes a friend.
Written by Yasmine Akram
Directed by Nat Luurtsema
Director of Photography: John Craine
Made with Creative England's Emerging Talent Fund.
Poster by Scott Woolston @Swool_Film
Miriam is a woman who needs to grow up and move on with her life. In an effort to do so, she visits a sperm bank but she gets an unfortunate deposit. Based on a true story.
Directed by Ben Mallaby.
“My favourite... an excellent, laidback piece.” Peter Bradshaw’s BAFTA round-up, The Guardian.
Lou Out Of Luck
The sequel to 2016's Girl Out Of Water, published by Walker Books.
Lou is dealing with financial instability, emotional instability and things in general are careering out of control! The only ones who understand her are her Worry Diary and her new best friend who smells of mould.
OUT 7th JUNE 2018 in all good book shops, probably some bad ones, and on Amazon.
Miranda and her daughters, Hester and Rose, are crammed in a rotting little caravan to be near their Gramps in his final days. They love him but his care bills are mounting and when they discover that he's hidden his savings.. they could bloody kill him.
Written by Nat Luurtsema
Directed by Isabelle Sieb
Director of Photography: Eben Bolter
Winner of Best Short at Encounters 2016.
Photo credit: Jonathon Harris
Rose in Three Women Wait For Death (Short)
Writer/performer in JIGSAW's live sketch show at the Edinburgh Fringe - 2011 - 2013
Photo credit: Eleanor Howarth
Nat has won places on a number of competitive talent schemes, including BFI Network and Film London’s Microwave scheme in 2016.
Nat is working on a comedy horror called Murder Fans with Mini Productions.
Photo credit: Martin Croser
Lou Out Of Luck (Walker Books, June 2018)
Director of Photography: Annemarie Lean-Vercoe
Nat wrote and directed WYRDOES - a feminist comedy spin on Macbeth. It won the Shakespeare's Sister competition, backed by Film London, Film4 and the Arts Council, as part of their Shakespeare Lives! international tour. She is one of only four female directors to ever adapt Shakespeare for the screen.
Photo credit: Chloe Pemberton
Nat has written a series of picture books about The Mighty Claws - a gang of young dinosaurs who live in Mighty Claw Valley and try to make it through every day without getting mauled, scared, squashed or traumatised.
Nat's books are being brought to life in a chain of PlayGolf theme parks around the UK, full of animatronic dinosaurs.
3 sell-out Edinburgh Fringe runs at the Pleasance Courtyard 2011-2013
2 series on Radio 4
“Full-pelt sketch comedy from performers who radiate enjoyment and ease with a crowd. Makes The Fast Show look languid.” Brian Logan, The Guardian.
This is Margot Von Catton. Nat adores her but it is not reciprocated.
There's a lot of rejection in comedy but cat ownership is worse.