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Natalia Leite


Natalia Leite was born in São Paulo, São Paulo, Brazil. She is a director and writer, known for M.F.A. (2017), Kiki & the Mxfits (2018) and Love Life (2020). See full bio »

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M.F.A. Director
(2017)
(2018)
Love Life Director
(2021)

Filmography

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 2021 Ordinary Joe (TV Series) (1 episode)
- Reset (2021)
 2021 Love Life (TV Series) (2 episodes)
- Yogi & Kian (2021)
 2021 Love, Victor (TV Series) (1 episode)
 2018 Kiki & the Mxfits (Short)
 2017 M.F.A.
 2014-2016 Be Here Nowish (TV Series) (6 episodes)
- Clitoral Nirvana (2016)
- Trust Fall (2014)
- Tantric Twister (2014)
 2016 Jo Cool (Short) (co-director)
 2015 Serrano Shoots Cuba (Documentary)
 2015/I Bare
 2014 Every Woman: Life as a Truck Stop Stripper (Documentary short)
 2012/IV The Game (Short)
 2011 Baby Steps (Short)
 2009 Dash (Short)
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[on M.F.A. (2017) as 'therapy'] I felt like I had to make this movie because I have a personal connection to it, I had gone to art school, I had been sexually assaulted during art school. I hadn't really been vocal about my own experience, because I just did not want to be 'that girl' when it happened. I was ashamed, and for a lot of reasons just didn't talk about it. This is me being able to go ... See more »

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