Born in 1969, USSR (Russia)
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Наталья Вадимовна НАЗАРОВА
From filmography
2019 - Prostoy karandash (Простой карандаш) [fiction, 92 mn]
2016 - Peterburg. Tolko po liubvi (Петербург. Только по любви) [fiction, full length film]
2012 - Dotch (Дочь) [fiction, 110 mn]
2019 - Balkansky rubezh (Балканский рубеж) by Andrei VOLGIN [fiction, 151 mn]
2019 - Prostoy karandash (Простой карандаш) by Natalia NAZAROVA [fiction, 92 mn]
2014 - Besy (Бесы) by Vladimir KHOTINENKO [fiction, TV serial, 240 mn]
2012 - Izmena (Измена) by Kirill SEREBRENNIKOV [fiction, 120 mn]
2012 - Dotch (Дочь) by Aleksandr KASATKIN , Natalia NAZAROVA [fiction, 110 mn]
2011 - Moy paren - Angel (Мой парень - Ангел) by Vera STOROZHEVA [fiction, 97 mn]
2010 - Kompensatsiya (Компенсация) by Vera STOROZHEVA [fiction, 86 mn]
2010 - Yaroslav. Tysyachu let nazad (Ярослав. Тысячу лет назад) by Dmitry KOROBKIN [fiction, 99 mn]
2007 - Vnuk Gagarina (Внук Гагарина) by Andrei PANIN , Tamara VLADIMIRTSEVA [fiction, 85 mn]
2007 - Slushaya tishinu (Слушая тишину) by Aleksandr KASATKIN [fiction, 100 mn]
2005 - Dura (Дура / Fool) by Maksim KOROSTYSHEVSKY [fiction, 95 mn]
2012 - Martsefal (Марцефаль) by Sergey KALVARSKY , Valery SPIRIN [fiction, 76 mn]
2005 - Dura (Дура / Fool) by Maksim KOROSTYSHEVSKY [fiction, 95 mn]
2002 - Dnevnik ubiytsy (Дневник убийцы) by Kirill SEREBRENNIKOV [fiction, TV serial, 624 mn]
2001 - Rostov-papa (Ростов-папа) by Kirill SEREBRENNIKOV [fiction, TV serial]
2001 - Lvinaya dolya (Львиная доля)
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Awards :
Prostoy karandash :
Special Jury prize, Window to Europe Film Festival, Vyborg, Vyborg (Russia), 2019
Audience Award, Honfleur Russian Film Festival, Honfleur (France), 2019
First prize, Honfleur Russian Film Festival, Honfleur (France), 2019
Dotch :
Best first film, Open Russian Film Festival Kinotavr, Sochi (Russia), 2012
Award of newspaper Moskovskiy komsomolets, Festival Russian kino 'Moscow Premier Screenings', Moscow (Russia), 2012
First prize, Cinema and Theater Festival ''Autumn of Love'', Blagoveshchensk (Russia), 2012
Best directing, Festival "Vivat Kino Rossii", St Petersburg (Russia), 2012
FIPRESCI Prize, Warsaw Film Festival, Warsaw (Poland), 2012
First prize, Sputnik nad Polska, Warsaw (Poland), 2012
Best first film, International Human Rights Film Festival, Moscow (Russia), 2012

Born in Ramenskoe, Moscow Region (16/11/1969).
Graduated from the Russian Academy of Theatre (GITIS/RATI).
Author and co-author of the scripts for Maxim Korostyshevsky's "The Fool", Alexander Kasatkin's "Listening to Silence", Anna Melikian's "Mermaid", Vera Storozheva's "Compensation" and "My Boyfriend is an Angel" and others.
Natalia attended the Russian Academy of Theatrical Arts for four years, receiving vocal training from the world famous Russian teacher, Maria Ganeshina. She then performed lead roles in four Russian musicals, toured with a Russian national theatrical group, and recorded sound tracks for several Russian films. Most recently she performed lead roles in several Russian films and TV serials, was featured in the international version of Elle Magazine, and received the 2002 Russian Actors' Guild Award for the Best Performance in a Foreign Film for her role in "Postmark Paradise" which will be released in America this fall.
Her recording of "Listen With Your Heart" is featured on "Simple Lies". It received international radio play by over 150 jazz stations in America and 10 foreign countries. Natalia and Orbert are currently at work on a second joint CD for release next year.
"The Daughter" is her directorial debut.
IMDb Mini Biography By: B. E. Grysen

- Natalia Nazarova: The Pencil (Prostoi karandash, 2019) Volha ISAKAVA, 2020, Kinokultura
- Картина Натальи Назаровой Простой карандаш получила Гран-при фестиваля в Онфлере 2019,
- Le 27e Festival du cinéma russe de Honfleur s’est achevé par le triomphe du film «Un simple crayon» Maria TCHOBANOV, 2019, RUSSIA BEYOND
- Only for Love (Peterburg. Tol'ko po liubvi, 2016) Olga MUKHORTOVA, 2017, Kinokultura
- Aleksandr Kasatkin, Natal’ia Nazarova: Daughter (Doch’, 2012) , Olga MESROPOVA, 2012,