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'Killtronics' wins Best Experimental at Vonline Film Fest

Natasha Mynhier wins a Best Experimental Film for her experimental action dance film  Killtronics (duration 8 mins).

VOFF Awards

Interview-

Meet The Winners: Natasha Mynhier

Join us for the first of our winners interviews of the new year, where we’re with shots News Editor Daniel Huntley as he talks to director Natasha Mynhier, who won a Gold Screen at YDA 2020

YDA Awards

Real Family Escapes the Chaotic Holidays with Fishing in Charming Ad for Berkley

Great Guns director Natasha Mynhier tells the sweet story of when kids give their parents the perfect holiday escape for fishing tackle company Berkley

LBB Online

Killer TV Tries to Take Down a Couple of Good Guys in Sensational Dance Short

Great Guns – BALLISTIC director Natasha Mynhier tells us the wacky story of people stuck behind their screens and fighting for their lives

LBB Online

"In A Beat" Wins GOLD at Cannes Young Director Awards

Natasha Mynhier wins a Gold Screen Award in the Mid-Length film category for In A Beat.

YDA Awards

Sia's 'Music' angers the autism community: 'I don't even know where to start'

"If you're looking for films about the autism community, advocates recommended "The Reason I Jump," "Loop" and "In a Beat.""

USA Today

Powerful Short ‘In a Beat’ Is a Heartfelt Exploration of Raising a Black Autistic Child

Great Guns director Natasha Mynheir tells the story of a mother balancing her tap dancing aspirations with raising her autistic son

LBB Online

Director & Producer Natasha Mynhier Urges Female Filmmakers to Dive In

Natasha Mynhier is a Los Angeles-based writer and director. In 2011, she founded the production company 37 Laines...

Artlist Blog

In A Beat Discusses Autism and Black Representation Through a Refreshing and Representative Lens

An analysis of representation by Emily Henson for Cr*pple Magazine. 

Cr*pple Magazine

Emmy Nominated Choreographer Chloé Arnold Makes Film Acting Debut

The film features Ms. Arnold along with Cameron Elie in breakout performances inspired by the true story of a young autistic boy.

Broadway World