Bio

Photo : Jean Didion

 

Natalia Sardi was born in Sao Paulo, Brazil and she grew up in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Currently  she works and lives in Brussels as a choreographer, filmmaker, dancer, singer, and teacher.

She studied at the Professional Contemporary Dance School at the Theatre Gral San Martin, the National School of Dance II in Argentina and as a scholarship student with Carlos Casella at the Ricardo Rojas Cultural Center of the University of Buenos Aires. After her studies she has performed, collaborated with several choreographers, theater directors, visual artists in Argentina and Europe (Simone Forti, Oscar Araiz, Roxana Grisntein, Cruz Mata, Gustavo Firpo, Marcela Avila, Mariano Pensoti, Pascale Gille & Benoît Carpentier, Clément Laloy, Juan Navarro , Laura Capria, Yael Davids, Thomas Turine, and others).

In parallel she creates and develops her own projects in dance, film and music, alone or in collaboration with other artists based in Brussels and Switzerland.

Filmography:
-“Derrière Elle” (2009),
1st Prize at “Il Choreographer Elettronico 17th International Festival of videodance (Italy),”Best Video” & “Best international film” in Inshadow Festival 2010 (Portugal) and 3rd Prize in audiovisual arts in “Encuentros de Jóvenes Artistas de Navarra 2009”.

-“Les Pommes”(2012), Jury Mention to the” “Originality and film creativity” Faitodoc Festival 2012 (Italy) and subsidized by the WBI.

-“Vecinas” (2015) produced by AJC and awarded for “Best Film” in Cinedans Festival 2018, Amsterdam; “Best director” in Bucharest International Dance Film Festival 2016 (Romania), “Pearls of 2015” award from POOL 15 Tanzfilmfestival (Germany), BEST DIRECTOR- “Stories We Dance” Festival 2016, Genova, Italy and “Special Commendation of the Light Moves 2016 Festival Prize”, Limerick, Ireland.

-“MAGIA” (for september 2018) actually in editing/postproduction. Produced by Voodogirl Records, Switzerland.

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