Hey there, I’m Natalie MacMahon.
I’m an actress, director, writer, translator, interpreter, voice over artist & presenter based in Berlin.
Natalie gained her first acting and performance experiences at a very young age and studied performing arts with the focus on acting in Berlin. After finishing her studies, she worked in German and international film productions, shot music videos, commercials and performed on stage.
A few years ago, the ambitious German actress decided to dedicate more time to writing and producing her own films. Natalie's short films "The Man Who Couldn't Cry", "Like A Summer Sonata" and "Lola wants to see the sea" have been shown at numerous international film festivals. Her latest films "It's getting darker every day" and "A Universal Love Story" premiered last year and have already won several awards. Natalie just finished working on her new short film, a fantasy drama with a virtual reality theme called "The Red Head" and founded a new film festival called the "Female Filmmakers Festival Berlin" (FFFB), which is going to take place for the first time in 2019.
Based on her love for languages, Natalie also started a second career as a translator & interpreter (German/English/Spanish) and works as a language coach. Apart from that, she gained just as much experience as a presenter and voice over artist in different languages. Currently Natalie is working on the script for her first feature film, while finishing her new short "The Funeral Dancer" and Natalie's Esperanto web series called "Malsano Nomata Amo" will be shot this autumn.
If you would like to find out more about Natalie's work, check out these websites:
Natalie on LinkedIn:
Acting Profile (with full CV/Showreel/Pictures):
Natalie MacMahon on IMDB:
Her film blog (latest updates on films written & directed by Natalie):
Her award winning film "A Universal Love Story"- a fantasy drama in Esperanto:
Natalie's second short film "Like A Summer Sonata": (now available on realeyz.de and AMAZON!
Natalie's Sci-Fi short film "The Redhead":
The Female Filmmakers Festival created by Natalie:
Natalie's latest film "The Funeral Dancer":
Support and Become part of Natalie's new web series in Esperanto!!!:
Natalie's very first short film "The Man Who Couldn't Cry" is now Available on AMAZON: