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Guy Nattiv is an acclaimed filmmaker from Israel. His first American feature film, entitled Skin, stars Jamie Bell and Vera Farmiga and premiered at the 2018 Toronto Film Festival where it won the Fipresci Critic’s Prize. It will make its European premiere in 2019 at The Berlin International Film Festival.
It is based on the true story of Bryon Widner, a notorious white supremacist who goes through extensive surgeries to remove Neo-Nazi tattoos on his face and hands in order to reform. The feature is derived from Nattiv’s acclaimed short film, also entitled SKIN, which won best short at Hollyshorts and the San Jose Film Festival, and was short-listed for the Academy Awards in 2019. Before coming to the US, Nattiv directed several features in Israel.
His first film, STRANGERS, was in competition at the Sundance and Tribeca Film Festivals in 2008. The film was also based on his lauded short that won Sundance the previous year. It was short-listed for the Academy Awards and won over 20 festivals worldwide, including Locarno. His second feature, THE FLOOD, won a special prize at the Berlin Film Festival in 2012 and was nominated for six Israeli Academy Awards where it won Best Actor.
Nattiv currently lives in Los Angeles.
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